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giddiness

[ gid-ee-nis ]
/ ˈgɪd i nɪs /
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noun
unrestrained high spirits:In a moment of uncharacteristic giddiness, the groom spun his bride around in joyous circles.
dizziness or lightheadedness; vertigo: Besides general effects such as nausea, giddiness, or an inability to focus, the excessive vibration of industrial tools can also damage nerves and blood vessels.
frivolous lightheartedness; silliness or lack of seriousness: I'm not prone to escapism, giddiness, or saccharine sentimentality.
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The rainy weather could not ________ my elated spirits on my graduation day.
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