dizzily


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diz·zy

 (dĭz′ē)
adj. diz·zi·er, diz·zi·est
1. Having a whirling sensation and a tendency to fall.
2.
a. Bewildered or confused: "I was dizzy with anger and shame" (Amy Benson).
b. Slang Scatterbrained or silly.
3. Producing or tending to produce giddiness: a dizzy height.
4. Characterized by impulsive haste; very rapid: "There he sat ... gabbing at his usual dizzy pace" (H.L. Mencken).
tr.v. diz·zied, diz·zy·ing, diz·zies
1. To cause to have a whirling sensation.
2. To confuse or bewilder.

[Middle English dusie, disi, from Old English dysig, foolish.]

diz′zi·ly adv.
diz′zi·ness n.
diz′zy·ing·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.dizzily - in a giddy light-headed manner; "he walked around dizzily"
Translations
بِدُوار
závratně
elszédültenszédülten
svimandi; geysilega
baş döndürücü şekilde

dizzily

[ˈdɪzɪlɪ] ADV
1. (= giddily) [walk, sway] → con una sensación de mareo
her head began to spin dizzilyla cabeza empezó a darle vueltas y vueltas
2. (fig) [rise, fall] → vertiginosamente
3. (= in a scatterbrained way) → de manera atolondrada
she has been behaving rather dizzily latelyha estado bastante atolondrada últimamente
4. (in a silly way) → con aire alelado
she smiled dizzilysonrió alelada

dizzily

[ˈdɪzɪli] adv [spin] → vertigineusement

dizzily

adv
(= giddily)benommen; my head spun dizzilymir war entsetzlich schwindelig; share prices rose dizzilydie Aktienkurse stiegen auf schwindelerregende Höhen
(fig inf: = foolishly) → dümmlich

dizzily

[ˈdɪzɪlɪ] adv (spin, rise, fall) → vertiginosamente; (walk) → con un senso di vertigine

dizzy

(ˈdizi) adjective
1. giddy or confused. If you spin round and round like that, you'll make yourself dizzy.
2. causing dizziness. dizzy heights.
ˈdizzily adverb
ˈdizziness noun
References in classic literature ?
She rolled and rolled with an awful dislodging jerk and that dizzily fast sweep of her masts on every swing.
Verily," sighed the Pharisee, as he peered dizzily over the precipice, "the uncircumcised are as the sands by the seashore-as the locusts in the wilderness
After twisting and turning till the Sheriff's bewildered head sat dizzily upon his shoulders, the greenwood men passed through a narrow alley amid the trees which led to a goodly open space flanked by wide-spreading oaks.
The cares of the plantation rushed upon him, and he sat up in bed, clutching at the wall for support as the mosquito screen lurched dizzily around him.
But Jerry snarled again and was for leaping upon the black when he stirred restlessly and dizzily sat up.
In the garden below were lilac-trees purple with flowers, and their dizzily sweet fragrance drifted up to the window on the morning wind.
The Gump flew steadily on, and for some reason the huge sofa-body rocked more and more dizzily every hour.
Beauty Smith tightened the thong again, and White Fang crawled limply and dizzily to his feet.
Once it came to a little precipice and flung itself over undauntedly in an indignation of foam, gathering itself up rather dizzily among the mossy stones below.
He regained his balance by the steerage companion-way and stood there dizzily for a space, when he suddenly crumpled up and collapsed, his legs bending under him as he sank to the deck.
The boundaries of the farm, the grove, the wood-lot, passed by her dizzily, as she walked on; and still she went, leaving one familiar object after another, slacking not, pausing not, till reddening daylight found her many a long mile from all traces of any familiar objects upon the open highway.
A touch on the chest silenced me: I am stout, and soon put out of breath; and, what with that and the rage, I staggered dizzily back and felt ready to suffocate, or to burst a blood-vessel.