dizzy (v.) Old form(s): dizzie
make dizzy, confuse, bewilder
Ham V.ii.113[Hamlet to Osrick, of Laertes] to divide him inventorially would dizzy th'arithmetic of memory [reading of Q2 dazzie; Q3 dizzie]
TC V.ii.177[Troilus to Ulysses] the dreadful spout ... / Shall dizzy with more clamour Neptune's ear
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