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  • adj. superlative form of giddy: most giddy.


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  • TV's giddiest dance competition returns for a new season, with the outrageous Kirstie Alley paired with fan fave Maks the highest-profile celeb in the cast.

    Matt's Picks: March 21-24

  • It was the Clinton flacks 'giddiest "Gotcha!" moment.

    Joseph Ellis

  • Jones made his fortune as a hip-swinging, winkingly louche purveyor of lounge pop in its purest, giddiest forms.

    Album review of ‘Praise & Blame' by Tom Jones

  • No disrespect to Dr. King, Ben thinks, but the giddiest guy on Inauguration Day would have been Lenny Bruce.


  • In the aftermath of history's biggest and giddiest boom-and-bust, the tech industry is entering the early stages of yet another cycle of innovation.

    Silicon Valley Reboots

  • PS - If you can get Donnie Wahlberg, even in a cameo to lend some gravitas, I'll be the giddiest girl at the ball.

    Davis Sweet: Leaked Pitch to ABC: "The Path to 9/11"

  • The top Republican contenders are looking to score points with conservatives however possible, and those back-room, knob-wielding debate focus groups get giddiest when the candidates go after Senator Clinton.

    Nathaniel Bach: Fatal Attraction - How The GOP's Premature Campaign Against Hillary May Cost It The Presidency

  • This was called a hold harmless form and it basically pointed out that if they were killed and/or injured during live-fire exercises while they were in the refuge, it would be the giddiest sort of childlike illusion for either or both of them and/or their survivors to think for even a minute about receiving compensation.


  • The clouds were drifting over the moon at their giddiest speed; at one time wholly obscuring her; at another, suffering her to burst forth in full splendour and shed her light on all the objects around; anon, driving over her again, with increased velocity, and shrouding everything in darkness.

    The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club

  • Even the giddiest scientist knows that the journey from lab to clinic is long and unpredictable.

    Taking A New Look At Pain


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