(redirected from dizzy)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Acronyms, Idioms, Wikipedia.
Related to dizzy: Dizzy Gillespie


see vertigovertigo
, sensations of moving in space or of objects moving about a person and the resultant difficulty in maintaining equilibrium. True vertigo, as distinguished from faintness, lightheadedness, and other forms of dizziness, occurs as a result of a disturbance of some part of
..... Click the link for more information.
References in periodicals archive ?
The court heard that Storey was walking Dizzy in Saltburn Valley Gardens when they passed a woman and her Jack Russell/pug cross.
If you manage to score you should say "if I can score a dizzy penalty then together we can all score the global goals".
Dizzy Heights was finished around seven months ago, although Neil says his label was concerned about releasing it before Christmas - traditionally the time for compilations and albums that are perfect gift fodder.
Caption: Dizzy with her three cubs (Photograph contributed by AfriCat)
Speaking on the phone from Australia, Dizzy hints that the band's next release may not take quite so long to see the light of day as 'Chinese Democracy' - an album claimed by some to be the most expensive ever.
But after having disappointed at Market Rasen in September, Dizzy River returned to the fray over two miles at Ludlow last month.
After a spell in the point-to-point field the previously frustrating Dizzy Rascal has a good opportunity in the Bet With The Bookies Maiden Hurdle (4.
Bernard Thorp, 82, had suffered from dizzy spells before his death at his home at Moorcroft Drive, in Holmfirth.
Aoun, 76, who chaired the weekly meeting of his parliamentary Change and Reform bloc earlier Tuesday, felt dizzy as a result of high blood pressure, an FPM source told The Daily Star
It's not really a surprise that we can all feel dizzy sometimes.
Emmy-nominated choreographer and Dizzy Feet director Stacey Tookey partners with Regina-based jewelry designer to launch Belle journee.
Summary: Hundreds of athletes have scaled the dizzy heights of one of New York's most iconic buildings in the Empire State Building run-up race.