One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘After eight days and 120 miles of light-headedly walking on clouds, breathing became an unconscious and passive activity again.’
- ‘Each of them had an evil spouse, who light-headedly squandered what the father had left.’
- ‘Rising a bit light-headedly, he stepped up to his polished looking-glass and surveyed himself.’
- ‘Poking a coconut out from the fringes of the bush, I tried light-headedly, halfheartedly really, to break it apart on a washed-up giant clamshell.’
- ‘I rested my head on my hands and stared light-headedly at the floor, which was covered with a pale shingle of old coral fragments that some poor guy had hauled up the hill from the beach.’
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