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  • adj. comparative form of giddy: more giddy


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  • Children often find the dark frightening, but a power outage when you're safe at home can create darkness of a cozier and giddier kind.

    In Scary Darkness, Seeing the Light

  • If this bill fails again, the insurance industry will be giddier than a multi-million dollar lottery winner ......

    Bill Clinton: 'The president needs your help'

  • I don't think I've ever seen the title character of Bones giddier than on her visit to a body farm this week, with decomposing bodies delighting her at every turn.

    Matt's TV Week in Review

  • I felt giddier and giddier with every passing second, a surreal, exciting thrill ride.


  • The more outfits Lisa tried on, the giddier she became.

    Hidden Secrets, Hidden Lives

  • Here it ' s useful to revisit one of the giddier commentaries during the crisis, suggesting Steve Jobs should run the company, as if GM ' s problem all along had been insufficiently gifted management.

    Meet the New-Old GM

  • Wylie Dufresne greets Marcel and his team at WD-50, where Marcel is giddier than a kid on Christmas morning, and Carla embraces the challenge of marrying her classic approach with Wylie's modern inspiration and style.

    Top Chef All-Stars Recap: Two Go Home

  • I saw someone, actually a fellow Brown student, ask her to sign the crossword puzzle, and she could not have been giddier.

    Puzzle-Making Students Search For The Right Words

  • Halloween is my favorite holiday, one that gets me giddier than I already am and truly brings out the kid in me I think the extra sugar rush helps, too.

    Halloween…The Happy Haunting of America (2007)

  • It falls apart toward the end, when the mature adults turn giddier than their children.

    Get Ready for a Real Holiday Delight!


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