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Dazzle vs Giddy - What's the difference?

dazzle | giddy |


As verbs the difference between dazzle and giddy

is that dazzle is to confuse the sight of by means of excessive brightness while giddy is (obsolete|transitive) to make dizzy or unsteady.

As a noun dazzle

is a light of dazzling brilliancy.

As an adjective giddy is

dizzy, feeling dizzy or unsteady and as if about to fall down.

Odd vs Giddy - What's the difference?

odd | giddy |


As an initialism odd

is oppositional defiant disorder.

As an adjective giddy is

dizzy, feeling dizzy or unsteady and as if about to fall down.

As a verb giddy is

(obsolete|transitive) to make dizzy or unsteady.

Giddy vs Zealous - What's the difference?

giddy | zealous |


As adjectives the difference between giddy and zealous

is that giddy is dizzy, feeling dizzy or unsteady and as if about to fall down while zealous is full of zeal; ardent, fervent; exhibiting enthusiasm or strong passion.

As a verb giddy

is (obsolete|transitive) to make dizzy or unsteady.

Giddy vs Pungent - What's the difference?

giddy | pungent |


As adjectives the difference between giddy and pungent

is that giddy is dizzy, feeling dizzy or unsteady and as if about to fall down while pungent is having a strong odor that stings the nose, said especially of acidic or spicy substances.

As a verb giddy

is (obsolete|transitive) to make dizzy or unsteady.

Giddy vs Lugubrious - What's the difference?

giddy | lugubrious |


As adjectives the difference between giddy and lugubrious

is that giddy is dizzy, feeling dizzy or unsteady and as if about to fall down while lugubrious is gloomy, mournful or dismal, especially to an exaggerated degree.

As a verb giddy

is (obsolete|transitive) to make dizzy or unsteady.

Giddy vs Jocular - What's the difference?

giddy | jocular |


As adjectives the difference between giddy and jocular

is that giddy is dizzy, feeling dizzy or unsteady and as if about to fall down while jocular is (formal) humorous]], amusing or [[joke|joking.

As a verb giddy

is (obsolete|transitive) to make dizzy or unsteady.

Irreverent vs Giddy - What's the difference?

irreverent | giddy |


As adjectives the difference between irreverent and giddy

is that irreverent is irreverent while giddy is dizzy, feeling dizzy or unsteady and as if about to fall down.

As a verb giddy is

(obsolete|transitive) to make dizzy or unsteady.

Unsteady vs Giddy - What's the difference?

unsteady | giddy | Related terms |

Unsteady is a related term of giddy.


As adjectives the difference between unsteady and giddy

is that unsteady is not held firmly in position, physically unstable while giddy is dizzy, feeling dizzy or unsteady and as if about to fall down.

As verbs the difference between unsteady and giddy

is that unsteady is to render unsteady, removing balance while giddy is (obsolete|transitive) to make dizzy or unsteady.

Mutable vs Giddy - What's the difference?

mutable | giddy | Related terms |

Mutable is a related term of giddy.


As adjectives the difference between mutable and giddy

is that mutable is changeable; inclined to mutate while giddy is dizzy, feeling dizzy or unsteady and as if about to fall down.

As a verb giddy is

(obsolete|transitive) to make dizzy or unsteady.

Fitful vs Giddy - What's the difference?

fitful | giddy | Related terms |

Fitful is a related term of giddy.


As adjectives the difference between fitful and giddy

is that fitful is irregular; unsteady; characterized by fits while giddy is dizzy, feeling dizzy or unsteady and as if about to fall down.

As a verb giddy is

(obsolete|transitive) to make dizzy or unsteady.

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