Sentence for dizzy | Use dizzy in a sentence

Use dizzy in a sentence. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use dizzy in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for dizzy.

  • He looked round as if he were dizzy. (9)
  • Clara shook her head: she could not say she was dizzy. (10)
  • He began to squander his dizzy wits in profuse apologies. (10)
  • Gyp heard their voices, and, faint, dizzy, stood looking back after them. (8)
  • Fancy that great bulk whirling down to earth from so dizzy an altitude!… (7)
  • Stooping was not good for him, and he became very dizzy and red in the forehead. (8)
  • Not far to walk, but the sun was hot, and he reached the house feeling rather dizzy. (8)
  • By the middle of the day he felt dizzy and exhausted, but utterly disinclined to eat. (8)
  • Under the strain of this duel of eyes, she felt herself beginning to sway, to get dizzy. (8)
  • After it, he was a dizzy moralizer, waiting for the winds to blow him to his deed-ox out. (10)
  • She looked into his face so hard, that he felt the blood rush to his cheeks, and a dizzy sensation of being drawn forward. (8)

Also see sentences for: giddy.

Definition of dizzy:

  • dizzy, diz’i, adj. giddy: confused: causing giddiness. | v.t. to make dizzy: to confuse. | adv. dizz’ily. | n. dizz’iness, giddiness. | p.adj. dizz’ying, making dizzy. (0)

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