giddily giddily


  • (adv) in a giddy light-headed manner



  1. In the booming, pre-Crash 1920s, flapper hemlines bounced giddily to the knee before falling down to the ankles in the depressed 1930s.
  2. Within hours of her announcement, right-wing bloggers were giddily digging up her Duke posts.
  3. It's a convulsive love story daubed in a giddily gaudy palette, with Ewan McGregor as the guy and Nicole Kidman as the gal.


  • Film Review: This is the End

    Stoner-dude comedy depicts James Franco, Seth Rogen and friends as themselves at the end of the world. Giddily hilarious, while also surprisingly suspenseful and serious.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Film Journal


  • A New York Times article, published when the first season premiered in October 2004, said: "Television executives have giddily reverted to the sexism and racism that brought the humor police down on the networks : The backlash is most obvious on...
    on Oct 3, 2007 By: Alcuin of York Source:

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