Definition of vertiginously in US English:

vertiginously

adverb

  • See vertiginous

    • ‘There is something vertiginously sublime about contemplating timescales that are exponentially longer than our own lives.’
    • ‘Again the scene was skewed and vertiginously raked.’
    • ‘The road twists vertiginously around sharp drop-offs, and nighttime is when poisonous fer-de-lance snakes slither across the road.’
    • ‘With an estimated price of $40-50 million, the bidding started at $20m and rose vertiginously.’
    • ‘Inside the Lada, the mood swings vertiginously between country-lovesick and Elvis Crespo's power salsa.’