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1. giddy

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

Synonyms

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

Antonyms

  • profound
  • frivolity
  • wise
  • clearheaded

Etymology

  • gidi (Middle English (1100-1500))

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Words that Rhyme with Giddy

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

Example sentences of the word 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.

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

4.
Verb, base form
When a dog moves his tail back and forth, his emotions can range from peaceful to absolutely
giddy**.

Quotes containing the word 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.

Synonyms

  • sick
  • vertiginous
  • dizzy
  • woozy

Antonyms

  • dignified
  • healthy
  • fit
  • propitious

Etymology

  • gidi (Middle English (1100-1500))
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