- s having or causing a whirling sensation; liable to falling
had a headache and felt giddy
a giddy precipice
- s lacking seriousness; given to frivolity
- In this mid-season finale, the crew of the Galactica finds mankind's ancestral planet after a war that nearly exterminated them, leading to giddy celebration until they land .
- They had drinks and dinner at an island restaurant, and six hours laterafter four bottles of wine and two of champagnethe Wagners, Walken and the boat's captain, all giddy .
- Bankers Trust isn't sure what it will do with the Grand Hyatt in midtown Manhattan, especially in the middle of a recession, nor is Manufacturers Hanover exactly giddy about owning .
- Kate Walsh in Forbes
I'm like a kid in a candy store here. Lots of good country snacks. I'm all excited and giddy,Walsh cracked.
- Barack Obama in New York Times
For those of you who are feeling giddy or cocky or think this is all set, I just have two words for you: New Hampshire,Mr. Obama told top contributors during a fund-raising breakfast at the Metropolitan Club in Manhattan. "I've been in...
- Jim Leyland in ESPN
It's a little crazy to be too giddy if you're 7-1 or 8-1 or too, too down if you're 0-7,Leyland said. "Was I surprised? Yeah, absolutely. I can't deny that. But it happened. There's a lot of games left."