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giddy

Synonyms of giddy in English:

adjective

  • 1 she felt giddy with the sickly heat
    informal woozy, with legs like jelly, with rubbery legs
    [Antonyms] steady
  • 2 she was so young and giddy that she had no understanding of the problem
    flighty, silly, frivolous, skittish, irresponsible, flippant, whimsical, capricious, light-minded, feather-brained, scatterbrained, scatty;
    careless, thoughtless, heedless, carefree, insouciant
    informal dippy, dopey, batty, dotty, nutty
    British informal dappy
    North American informal ditzy
    [Antonyms] sensible
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