giddy

Sick vs Giddy - What's the difference?

sick | giddy |


As adjectives the difference between sick and giddy

is that sick is in poor health while giddy is dizzy, feeling dizzy or unsteady and as if about to fall down.

As verbs the difference between sick and giddy

is that sick is to vomit or sick can be (rare) while giddy is (obsolete|transitive) to make dizzy or unsteady.

As a noun sick

is sick people in general as a group.

Giddy vs Whimsical - What's the difference?

giddy | whimsical |


As adjectives the difference between giddy and whimsical

is that giddy is dizzy, feeling dizzy or unsteady and as if about to fall down while whimsical is given to whimsy; capricious; odd; peculiar; playful; light-hearted or amusing.

As a verb giddy

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

Unsettled vs Giddy - What's the difference?

unsettled | giddy | Related terms |

Unsettled is a related term of giddy.


As adjectives the difference between unsettled and giddy

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

As verbs the difference between unsettled and giddy

is that unsettled is (unsettle) while giddy is (obsolete|transitive) to make dizzy or unsteady.

Giddy vs Dazzled - What's the difference?

giddy | dazzled |


As verbs the difference between giddy and dazzled

is that giddy is (obsolete|transitive) to make dizzy or unsteady while dazzled is (dazzle).

As an adjective giddy

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

Giddy vs Silly - What's the difference?

giddy | silly |


As adjectives the difference between giddy and silly

is that giddy is dizzy, feeling dizzy or unsteady and as if about to fall down while silly is (label) pitiable; deserving of compassion; helpless.

As a verb giddy

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

As a noun silly is

(colloquial) a silly person; a fool.

Erratic vs Giddy - What's the difference?

erratic | giddy | Related terms |

Erratic is a related term of giddy.


As adjectives the difference between erratic and giddy

is that erratic is unsteady, random; prone to unexpected changes; not consistent while giddy is dizzy, feeling dizzy or unsteady and as if about to fall down.

As a noun erratic

is (geology) a rock moved from one location to another, usually by a glacier.

As a verb giddy is

(obsolete|transitive) to make dizzy or unsteady.

Nippy vs Giddy - What's the difference?

nippy | giddy |


As a noun nippy

is (uk|dated) a waitress in a.

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.

Capricious vs Giddy - What's the difference?

capricious | giddy | Related terms |

Capricious is a related term of giddy.


As adjectives the difference between capricious and giddy

is that capricious is impulsive and unpredictable; determined by chance, impulse, or whim 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.

Variable vs Giddy - What's the difference?

variable | giddy | Related terms |

Variable is a related term of giddy.


As a noun variable

is variable.

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.

Inconstant vs Giddy - What's the difference?

inconstant | giddy | Related terms |

Inconstant is a related term of giddy.


As adjectives the difference between inconstant and giddy

is that inconstant is not constant; wavering 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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