1. giddy

adjective. ['ˈgɪdi'] lacking seriousness; given to frivolity.


  • featherbrained
  • dizzy
  • frivolous
  • silly
  • light-headed
  • empty-headed
  • lightheaded


  • profound
  • frivolity
  • wise
  • clearheaded


  • gidi (Middle English (1100-1500))

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Rhymes with Giddy

  • twiddy
  • smiddy
  • schmiddy
  • priddy
  • brydie
  • bridie
  • sidi
  • lydie
  • liddy
  • kiddy
  • kiddie
  • diddy
  • biddy
  • biddie

Sentences with giddy

1. Adjective
Maybe he seems a bit giddy or nervous when you two are together.

2. Noun, singular or mass
However, some people have reported feeling giddy and nervous after taking valerian root.

Verb, non-3rd person singular present
The feeling of a new store purchase can leave you
giddy with excitement.

Verb, base form
When a dog moves his tail back and forth, his emotions can range from peaceful to absolutely

Quotes about giddy

1. This emotion I'm feeling now, this is love, right?""I don't know. Is it a longing? Is it a giddy stupid happiness just because you're with me?""Yes,"she said."That's influenza,"said Miro. "Watch for nausea or diarrhea within a few hours.
- Orson Scott Card, Children of the Mind

2. Sometimes I think of you and I feel giddy. Memory makes me lightheaded, drunk on champagne. All the things we did. And if anyone has said this was the price I would have agreed to pay it. That surprises me; that with the hurt and the mess comes a shift of recognition. It was worth it. Love is worth it.
- Jeanette Winterson, Written on the Body

2. giddy

adjective. ['ˈgɪdi'] having or causing a whirling sensation; liable to falling.


  • sick
  • vertiginous
  • dizzy
  • woozy


  • dignified
  • healthy
  • fit
  • propitious


  • gidi (Middle English (1100-1500))