dizzily : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in a giddy light-headed manner
he walked around dizzily
- There was something light and dancing about it especially in the chop-socky fights dizzily enhanced by wire work.
- Usually the fractions go no smaller than one-eighth or one-sixteenth, but at one day's sales in Miami last week the bidding grew so hot that prices spiraled dizzily downward to .
- Short-wave radio communications were disrupted, compass needles danced dizzily back and forth, and utilities braced for stray surges of current that could knock out their power .
News & Articles
- Manakamana Places You Atop the World
The Sensory Ethnography Lab, a collective of researchers and filmmakers based out of Harvard, made a name for themselves last year with the theatrical release of Leviathan , a thunderbolt of experimental nonfiction by directors Lucien Castaing-Taylor and Verena Paravel. Plunging us dizzily...
April 16, 2014 - The Village Voice