“I also get slightly giddy-headed and green with envy at the vast amount of literature you cover...”
“I need not quote mine author; they that laugh and contemn others, condemn the world of folly, deserve to be mocked, are as giddy-headed, and lie as open as any other.”
“ O saeclum insipiens et infacetum, a giddy-headed age.”
“That men are so misaffected, melancholy, mad, giddy-headed, hear the testimony of Solomon, Eccl. ii.”
“Nulla scabies, as  he said, superstitione scabiosior; as he that is bitten with a mad dog bites others, and all in the end become mad; either out of affection of novelty, simplicity, blind zeal, hope and fear, the giddy-headed multitude will embrace it, and without further examination approve it.”
“And again, there was Bert Gettler, the youth who had escorted her to the dance the night Clyde first met her, but who was little more than a giddy-headed dancing soul, one not to be relied upon in a crisis like this.”
“Macky described him as “very giddy-headed, with some wit,” to which Swift added, “He is not worth mentioning.””
““She is an insolent, giddy-headed thing, or perhaps worse!””
“Salmigondinois; not an inconstant and uncertain rent-seek, like that of witless, giddy-headed bachelors, but sure and fixed, of the nature of the well-paid incomes of regenting doctors.”
“So he committed him close prisoner till payment, and gave the jailor charge to let no giddy-headed people come at him; for his friends and those that would have done him good were called "giddy-headed people," and so kept out; and such as would abuse him by scorning or beating, those they let in and set them on.”
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