dizzier dizzier


  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. Then he caps it off with an even dizzier reprise, a 204-word two-minute version.
  2. Up down Wall Street's cave of the winds went gusty rumors, each dizzier than the last.
  3. Having Wonderful Crime, in keeping with its title, is broader and dizzier than the new Thin Man, rather less shrewd and professional, but on the whole just about as entertaining.


  1. "Maybe I don't get offered dizzier roles because I have too long a face and I don't wear enough make-up," says Hall on the phone from New York, where she is rehearsing Sam Mendes's stage productions of The Cherry Orchard and A Winter's Tale....
    on Dec 11, 2008 By: Rebecca Hall Source: The Age

  2. "I don't think this is as bad," Gagne said. "The last one, I was a lot dizzier and fatigued and I had pressure in my head all the time."
    on Oct 24, 2007 By: Simon Gagne Source: Philadelphia Inquirer

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