Recent Examples of vertigo from the Web
Tesla’s stock has always been volatile, subject to vertigo-inducing spikes and dives.
The tests were rigorous and often unpleasant, including daily enemas and having vertigo induced by having ice water squirted in their ears.
At his peak, there was nothing MJ couldn't do, including filming the then-most expensive video ever with his little sister, in which the superstar siblings went into space for some vertigo-inducing wall-walking and dancing.
Meniere's disease is a disorder where a person experiences episodes of vertigo and fluctuating hearing loss.
The vertigo rate in the city of Chicago raised significantly after that insane second half at Toyota Park.
Three hours waiting for Léa’s turn, feeling an invading sense of nausea and vertigo.
Just watching the video can induce a bit of vertigo.
Ralston, the owner of NeuroHealth Services in Indianapolis, is certified in traumatic brain injuries and specializes in patients with concussions, migraines and vertigo.
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VERTIGO Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of vertigo for English Language Learners
: a feeling of dizziness caused especially by being in a very high place
VERTIGO Defined for Kids
medical Definition of vertigo
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