One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Causing dizziness, disorientation, or excitement.‘a giddy-making view of the waterfall’‘power is so giddy-making, isn't it?’
dizzy-making, causing dizziness, causing giddinessView synonyms
- ‘I love your list, although it is rather giddy-making.’
- ‘Go for that kaleidoscopic thrill, dizzying ascent, and giddy-making freefall—and delight in your canopy ride over this country's most beautiful land.’
- ‘It really was very beautiful, if a bit giddy-making.’
- ‘The widescreen TV spews up a giddy-making cocktail of current affairs.’
- ‘The paintings are absolutely giddy-making.’
- ‘Ploughing through the rain at night with headlights ablaze and all the cockpit instruments aglow... it's just giddy-making.’
- ‘That's like deciding between chocolate cake and chocolate cheesecake. Both are too good, too satisfying, too giddy-making to resist.’
- ‘The bridge makes a sturdy but giddy-making pathway over the water.’
- ‘Spatially, the building has the drama of the central voids and skygardens: often rather giddy-making.’
- ‘It's really easy to get so wrapped up in the giddy-making little details that we forget to take a step back to make sure what we're doing is actually good.’
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