noun, plural ver·ti·goes, ver·tig·i·nes [ver-tij-uh-neez]. /vərˈtɪdʒ əˌniz/. Pathology.
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A friend suffered a severe concussion after hitting a tree while skiing, and the resulting injury caused such intense vertigo that, for a long time, he could only walk down a hallway with his head sliding against the wall.My Son Fell While Skiing. Then His Mind Went Blank.|Tracy Ross|April 12, 2021|Outside Online
You once said that the bout with vertigo and nausea you had in the summer of 1968 was not an inappropriate response to that period.'My Wine Bills Have Gone Down.' How Joan Didion Is Weathering the Pandemic|Lucy Feldman|January 22, 2021|Time
I was just wiped out, had a little bit of vertigo and had a headache, and I never have headaches.The Great Vaccine Race: Inside the Unprecedented Scramble to Immunize the World Against COVID-19|Alice Park|September 9, 2020|Time
The vertigo your coastal sophisticate might get from perusing 1791.Glenn Beck Is Now Selling Hipster Clothes. Really.|Ana Marie Cox|December 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
When, in succession, he made Vertigo (1958), North by Northwest (1959), Psycho (1960), and The Birds (1963).
To bolster my case I told him we should actually call it Pursuito, like Vertigo or Psycho.
Movie buffs have commented endlessly on the bell-tower sequence in Vertigo.
Hitchcock said that when Vertigo was finished, he took it to New York to screen it for the Paramount executives.
The sight made the head of the officer to swim, as if suddenly struck with vertigo.The Tiger Hunter|Mayne Reid
These symptoms are vertigo, dimness of sight and hearing, pains in the head and nausea.
Care should be taken not to employ too strong currents, as otherwise vertigo and other unpleasant symptoms may be produced.
For a moment Ren had the slight vertigo of a man to whose intense passion is forbidden the relief of physical action.The Red City|S. Weir Mitchell
More agreeable—not being subject to a sense of vertigo, which frequently (with me) followed the use of animal food.Vegetable Diet: As Sanctioned by Medical Men, and by Experience in All Ages|William Andrus Alcott