dizzied dizzied


  1. (v) make dizzy or giddy
  2. (adj) having or causing a whirling sensation; liable to falling
  3. (adj) lacking seriousness; given to frivolity


  1. So I wasn't that impressed with my success, wasn't dizzied by it.
  2. Vedder, who has already had his share of inner conflict, has been dizzied by the transformation from outsider to idol.
  3. It is an attempt to plumb terrific abysses, to scale sheer pinnacles of human nature; and the author, dizzied by exertion, indulges a hot Latin temperament to inartistic excess.


  • Rawhide report 6/10: Rancho Cucamonga 13, Visalia 7

    The Visalia Rawhide, still dizzied from a 17-5 loss to Rancho Cucamonga, absorbed a four-homer, 19-hit barrage in the first six innings alone this time while plunging into a 13-3 hole en route to a 13-7 loss Monday night at Bakersfield.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: The Fresno Bee


  • "Early fame has overwhelmed you, it's dizzied you and muddled your mind," Janis Winehouse wrote. "For a moment, forget you're a superstar. You're young and vulnerable, no stronger than any of the rest of us."
    on Dec 18, 2007 By: Amy Winehouse Source: Sky News

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