giddy

Giddy vs Overlight - What's the difference?

giddy | overlight |


As adjectives the difference between giddy and overlight

is that giddy is dizzy, feeling dizzy or unsteady and as if about to fall down while overlight is (dated) too light or frivolous; giddy.

As verbs the difference between giddy and overlight

is that giddy is (obsolete|transitive) to make dizzy or unsteady while overlight is to illuminate too brightly.

As a noun overlight is

excessive light.

Giddy vs Westy - What's the difference?

giddy | westy |


As adjectives the difference between giddy and westy

is that giddy is dizzy, feeling dizzy or unsteady and as if about to fall down while westy is (obsolete) waste; desert or westy can be (dialectal) dizzy, giddy, confused.

As a verb giddy

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

Giddy vs Shoogly - What's the difference?

giddy | shoogly |


As adjectives the difference between giddy and shoogly

is that giddy is dizzy, feeling dizzy or unsteady and as if about to fall down while shoogly is (scotland) shaky, giddy, unsteady, rickety.

As a verb giddy

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

Giddy vs Fuzzyheaded - What's the difference?

giddy | fuzzyheaded |


As adjectives the difference between giddy and fuzzyheaded

is that giddy is dizzy, feeling dizzy or unsteady and as if about to fall down while fuzzyheaded is confused in one's thinking.

As a verb giddy

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

Giddy vs Happy - What's the difference?

giddy | happy |


As adjectives the difference between giddy and happy

is that giddy is dizzy, feeling dizzy or unsteady and as if about to fall down while happy is experiencing the effect of favourable fortune; having the feeling arising from the consciousness of well-being or of enjoyment; enjoying good of any kind, as peace, tranquillity, comfort; contented; joyous.

As a verb giddy

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

Giddy vs Happpy - What's the difference?

giddy | happpy |

Frivolous vs Giddy - What's the difference?

frivolous | giddy |


As adjectives the difference between frivolous and giddy

is that frivolous is silly, especially at an inappropriate time or in an inappropriate manner 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.

Giddy vs Bemused - What's the difference?

giddy | bemused |


As adjectives the difference between giddy and bemused

is that giddy is dizzy, feeling dizzy or unsteady and as if about to fall down while bemused is deeply thoughtful; preoccupied.

As verbs the difference between giddy and bemused

is that giddy is (obsolete|transitive) to make dizzy or unsteady while bemused is (bemuse).

Joyful vs Giddy - What's the difference?

joyful | giddy |


As adjectives the difference between joyful and giddy

is that joyful is feeling or causing joy 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.

Giddy vs Giddily - What's the difference?

giddy | giddily |


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.

As an adverb giddily is

in a giddy manner.

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