Definition of dizzy
dizzilyplay \ˈdi-zə-lē\ adverb
dizzinessplay \-zē-nəs\ noun
Examples of dizzy in a sentence
The children were dizzy after spinning in circles.
I'm feeling a bit weak and dizzy. I think I'm having a dizzy spell.
Complex math problems make me dizzy.
looking down from dizzy heights
Prices rose at a dizzy rate.
the dizzy pace of our lives
Origin and Etymology of dizzy
Middle English disy, from Old English dysig stupid; akin to Old High German tusig stupid
First Known Use: before 12th century
First Known Use of dizzy
DIZZY Defined for Kids
Definition of dizzy for Students
1 : having the feeling of spinning
2 : causing a feeling of spinning <dizzy heights>
3 : overwhelmed with emotion <Dizzy with the success of his daring, Toad made for the railway station. — Kenneth Grahame, The Wind in the Willows>
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