She flung her hands before her face and swayed to and fro as if she were half dazed, half giddy with passion.
"I'm still giddy from being relieved of so much money in one operation.
His will was probably enslaved, so that he had not the power to restrain his passions, and his head may have become giddy in his high elevation.
In general, we judged her to be too green and giddy for the heavy parts.
God knows, it is better to grow giddy on a ladder than to think that this majestic earth is such an universal pestilence.
I looked at him, as a man whose head is turning giddy at sea looks at a rock, or any fixed object.
Humanity and its progress was absorbed by individualities; because the people which stood low in the valley got giddy by looking up to the mountain's top, where its leaders stood.
Directly I was on my feet I went as giddy as a kite, and it was only by clutching the chair that I saved myself from toppling over.