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giddy-headed

[gid-ee-hed-id]
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adjective Chiefly Southern U.S.
  1. giddy(def 1).
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  • In summer-time I am as giddy-headed as a boy, and can settle to nothing.

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  • She was one of the most giddy-headed climbers among those who gathered fruit.

  • The violent and the giddy-headed launched out into random motions, and wanted the Commune to declare itself omnipotent.

  • Does not the giddy-headed boy understand that every excess that he indulges in is a slap that he gives his mother in the face?

  • The thoughtless minister is made to exult in his power over the giddy-headed multitude.