giddy (adj.) Old form(s): giddie
swaying, quaking, dizzying
2H4 III.i.18[King Henry IV alone, as if to sleep] Wilt thou upon the high and giddy mast / Seal up the ship-boy's eyes
E3 III.i.127[King John to Philip] The earth, with giddy trembling when it shakes
MV III.ii.144[Bassanio to Portia, of himself] Like one of two contending in a prize, ... / Giddy in spirit
R3 I.iv.17[Clarence to Keeper, of Richard in his dream] we paced along / Upon the giddy footing of the hatches
TC III.ii.16[Troilus alone] I am giddy; expectation whirls me round
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