One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Amber's wooziness had luckily worn off before they reached her house.’
- ‘I pushed away my wooziness and asked two questions at once - ‘how are you, and how long was I out?’’
- ‘If I went to a friend's house only to spend one night there, I would have trouble breathing, clammy palms, and wooziness but never to this degree.’
- ‘‘I'm fine’ I muttered, as I grabbed a plate and put my sister's sandwich on it, ignoring the sudden wooziness I felt.’
- ‘Patients with disequilibrium report feelings of light-headedness, faintness, or wooziness, sometimes involving blackouts.’
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