Definition of Dizzinesses

1. Noun. (plural of dizziness) ¹



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Definition of Dizzinesses

1. dizziness [n] - See also: dizziness

Lexicographical Neighbors of Dizzinesses

dizocilpine
dizocilpine maleate
dizygotic
dizygous
dizzard
dizzards
dizzen
dizzied
dizzier
dizzies
dizziest
dizzily
dizziness
dizzinesses
dizzy
dizzying
dizzyingly
dizzyness
diœcesan
diœcese
diœceses
diæreses
diæresis
diæretic
diætetic
diætetics
dj
djebel

Literary usage of Dizzinesses

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Autographs for Freedom by Julia Griffiths, Rochester Ladies' Anti-Slavery Society (1854)
"Sudden dizzinesses seized my head. A confused singing in the ear followed me wherever I went. On going to bed the very stairs seemed to dance up and down ..."

2. Tracts for the Times. by John Henry Newman, John Keble, William Palmer, Richard Hurrell Froude, Edward Bouverie Pusey, Isaac Williams, University of Oxford (1840)
"... released from meat and drink, from dizzinesses, from surfeiting, from base money-getting, and placed amid stable not transitory possessions, ..."

3. Biblical and Theological Studies by Princeton Theological Seminary (1912)
"The infancy of the world had come back with him " with its divine spontaneity and its naive dizzinesses of joy." At his touch the hard conditions of life ..."

4. The Doctor in War by Woods Hutchinson (1918)
"It has been found that a large share at least of the disturbances, dizzinesses, etc., caused by high altitudes, is from the lack of oxygen due to the ..."

5. Romances and Narratives by Daniel Defoe (1895)
"... nor indeed was I well of this blow for all the rest of the summer, but had frequent pains in my head, dizzinesses and swimming, that gave me some fears ..."

6. The Family Herbal: Or, An Account of All Those English Plants, which are by John Hill (1812)
"It is also good against dizzinesses of the head, and against obstructions of the liver and spleen, and against colics. We are apt to neglect things as ..."

7. ... The Sense of Taste by Harry Levi Hollingworth, Albert Theodor Poffenberger (1917)
"And all the organic thrills, the kinaesthetic whirls and starts, and the delicious dizzinesses of static experiences? Coney Island and its brood are the ..."

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