Definition of dizzily in English:

dizzily

adverb

See dizzy

  • ‘But just as these dizzily warped abstractions threatened to become a redundant signature style, Davie discovered a way to move on.’
  • ‘The entire experience since they had entered the palace felt surreal, and she wondered dizzily and somewhat vaguely if she was going to faint again.’
  • ‘I dizzily pull off my boxer shorts, lose balance and crash into the shower door, which graciously opens and grants me entry into the shower.’
  • ‘He seems to have listened first to one side, then to the other, with the result that policy on the ground has swung dizzily between the two poles and chaos has been the result.’
  • ‘The animal, which must have weighed about ten pounds, wobbled dizzily back to the bush.’

Pronunciation

dizzily

/ˈdɪzɪli/