giddy ( giddier comparative) ( giddiest superlative )
1 adj If you feel giddy, you feel unsteady and think that you are about to fall over, usually because you are not well.
He felt giddy and light-headed.
A wave of giddiness swept over her.
2 adj If you feel giddywith delight or excitement, you feel so happy or excited that you find it hard to think or act normally.
Anthony was giddy with self-satisfaction..., Being there gave me a giddy pleasure.
There's almost a giddiness surrounding the talks in Houston.
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