isn't just the right word, but it's nearest.
The fall through leafy branches and the dizzy
heights; the snakes that struck at me as I dodged and leaped away in chattering flight; the wild dogs that hunted me across the open spaces to the timber--these were terrors concrete and actual, happenings and not imaginings, things of the living flesh and of sweat and blood.
As for Stephen, he leaned back against the framework of the conservatory, dizzy
with the conflict of passions,--love, rage, and confused despair; despair at his want of self-mastery, and despair that he had offended Maggie.
This we did without mishap and soon found ourselves together upon the verge of a dizzy
little balcony, with a magnificent view of the valley spreading out below us.
A flight of smooth double chins led down to the dizzy
depths of a still-snowy bosom veiled in snowy muslins that were held in place by a miniature portrait of the late Mr.
From one lofty branch the agile creature swung with Clayton through a dizzy
arc to a neighboring tree; then for a hundred yards maybe the sure feet threaded a maze of interwoven limbs, balancing like a tightrope walker high above the black depths of verdure beneath.
(which I made by crushing a black variety of berry and mixing it with water) before attaching my signature, when faintly from the valley far below came an unmistakable sound which brought me to my feet, trembling with excitement, to peer eagerly downward from my dizzy
I put the tiller up, filled away before it, and with dizzy
eyes checked and steadied the boat on her course and waved farewell.
The downfall of some dear hope or plan plunged Anne into "deeps of affliction." The fulfillment thereof exalted her to dizzy
realms of delight.
There I stood some while, a little dizzy
with the unsteadiness of all around me, perhaps a little afraid, and yet vastly pleased with these strange sights; the captain meanwhile pointing out the strangest, and telling me their names and uses.
Joining Oakwood's collection 27 rides and experiences, Dizzy
Disk will see riders face outwards as they glide back and forth while simultaneously spinning in circles Bounce which originally closed in 2016, will be reopened - becoming Oakwood's fifth large thrill ride.
She was looked at by a paramedic, who told her if the dizzy
spells persist she needed to see her GP straight away.