But before we got to Hetton, brother Marlowe was seized with a dizziness
that made him afraid of falling, for he overworked himself sadly, at his years, in watching and praying, and walking so many miles to speak the Word, as well as carrying on his trade of linen-weaving.
And so, reversing at times, Daylight waltzed off his dizziness
and led the way to the bar.
The result proved her to be perfectly correct for, while they were all sitting in Mr Snawley's parlour that night, and just as it was beginning to get dusk, John Browdie was taken so ill, and seized with such an alarming dizziness
in the head, that the whole company were thrown into the utmost consternation.
exclaimed he in agony; and while he so thought, all his ideas and feelings of overpowering dizziness
, against which he struggled with the utmost power of desperation, encompassed him with renewed force.
We will rank together all who have the symptom of dizziness
in the brain, and as fast as any drop by the way supply their places with new members of the board of aldermen.
A mere dimness of sight and dizziness
of brain, was it?
These shadows of memory tell, indistinctly, of tall figures that lifted and bore me in silence down -- down -- still down -- till a hideous dizziness
oppressed me at the mere idea of the interminableness of the descent.
Now he would circle over the Hudson and East River; now he would go up high, as if to peer away into the blue distances; once he ascended so swiftly and so far that mountain sickness overtook him and the crew and forced him down again; and Bert shared the dizziness
She walked very fast, and the effect of people passing in the opposite direction was to produce a queer dizziness
both in her head and in Ralph's, which set their bodies far apart.
He was like a man defying his own dizziness
in high places and tottering suddenly on the very edge of the precipice.
Excisable articles were remarkably cheap at all the public-houses; and spring vans paraded the streets for the accommodation of voters who were seized with any temporary dizziness
in the head--an epidemic which prevailed among the electors, during the contest, to a most alarming extent, and under the influence of which they might frequently be seen lying on the pavements in a state of utter insensibility.
I spoke to him - when thou wast talking to the Sahiba - of a certain dizziness
that lays hold upon the back of my neck in the night, and he said it rose from excessive heat - to be cured by cool air.