Recent Examples of vertigo from the Web
For all of her fascination with linguistic puzzle boxes, the author tempers her protagonist’s intellectual vertigo with maturity and common sense.
Senzel likely done for season Reds third base prospect Nick Senzel is likely done for the season, suffering from vertigo, The Enquirer confirmed Sunday.
Even the tables and chairs will be replaced with transparent glass models—not exactly a vertigo-friendly dining experience, especially considering the floor slowly rotates.
The vertigo isn’t expected to be an issue in the future, according to a source.
The lightheadedness could have been vertigo or an inner ear issue or a virus.
Dartt underwent the procedure Oct. 13, according to Sanford, who said the tumors were discovered with an MRI after Dartt had been diagnosed with vertigo.
With slopes angled at a 2:1 ratio, or 26.5 degrees, the mounds are steep enough to earn respect, but not enough to cause vertigo or the urge to scramble on hands and feet.
Marr's vibrato guitar -- the product of painstaking studio manipulation -- is the sonic equivalent of looking directly into the sun while experiencing a bout of vertigo.
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Origin and Etymology of vertigo
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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