What is another word for dizzily?

Pronunciation: [dˈɪzɪlɪ] (IPA)

Dizzily is a term often associated with a feeling of unsteadiness and disorientation. There are several synonyms that can be used to describe this sensation such as lightheaded, woozy, and giddy. Other words that can be used to convey the same meaning include staggering, reeling, and swaying. These words can be used in a variety of contexts such as describing the effects of alcohol, medication, or illness. While they all convey a sense of dizziness, each word has its own unique connotation and can be used to create different shades of meaning depending on the context.

What are the hypernyms for Dizzily?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Dizzily

Then they rolled back dizzily upon the grass and rested until they could return to drink.
"The Shepherd of the North"
Richard Aumerle Maher
When she returned he was sitting dizzily on the edge of the bunk.
"The Shepherd of the North"
Richard Aumerle Maher
dizzily he got to his feet, found his horse, and started toward Mesa.
"Brand Blotters"
William MacLeod Raine

Famous quotes with Dizzily

  • Reeling up, blood streaming down his face from under his dented helmet, Conan glared dizzily at the profusion of destruction which spread before him. From crest to crest the dead lay strewn, a red carpet that choked the valley. It was like a red sea, with each wave a straggling line of corpses.
    Robert E. Howard

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