Synonyms of dizzy in English:

dizzy


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adjective

1‘she loved spinning in circles and making herself dizzy’

SYNONYMS
giddy, light-headed, faint, weak, weak at the knees, unsteady, shaky, wobbly, off-balance
reeling, staggering, tottering, teetering
informal woozy, with legs like jelly, with rubbery legs
rare vertiginous

2‘she was still dizzy from her long sleep’

SYNONYMS
dazed, confused, muddled, befuddled, bewildered, disoriented, disorientated, stupefied, groggy
informal woozy, muzzy, dopey, woolly, woolly-headed, not with it, discombobulated
ANTONYMS

clear-headed

3‘the gondola cable car will take you to dizzy heights’

SYNONYMS
giddy-making, dizzy-making, causing dizziness, causing giddiness
rare vertiginous

4‘she's not as dizzy as she sounds’

SYNONYMS
silly, foolish, giddy, light-headed, scatterbrained, feather-brained, hare-brained, empty-headed, vacuous, stupid, brainless
skittish, flighty, fickle, capricious, whimsical, inconstant
informal dippy, dopey, nutty
British informal dappy, batty, dotty, scatty
North American informal ditzy
ANTONYMS

sensible, intelligent