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Origin of vertiginous
Examples from the Web for vertiginous
His prophecy kicked off a vertiginous frenzy of doomsaying, and he was thrown in jail by fearful Bolognese officials.
No; had I an enemy I could wish him no greater penance than success—success prompt, vertiginous, immense!
Throbs palpitant and passionate passed from one to the other—strong, vertiginous, terrific, as of an aching tooth.The Shriek|Charles Somerville
It was vertiginous to think of their old impecunious Streff as the hero of such an adventure.The Glimpses of the Moon|Edith Wharton
Word Origin for vertiginous
c.1600, "of the nature of vertigo," from French vertigineux, from Latin vertiginosus "suffering from dizziness," from vertigo (see vertigo).