head-spinningly love

head-spinningly

Definitions

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  • adv. incredibly

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I'd also have tried to make the 'God' solution a little less head-spinningly crazy.

    MIND MELD: If We Ran Battlestar Galactica

  • Like when he did something she found head-spinningly idiotic.

    The several stages of grief

  • I'm up to my neck in candy - ranging from crap to homemade salt caramels and head-spinningly delicious English Toffee, two fingers thick.

    Last pie of the year

  • So rather than risk your life in a real hospital, why not just play Fever Frenzy, a head-spinningly fantastic doctor game, instead.

    SLACKERJACK – Four Second Frenzy

  • This fun and head-spinningly daft creation is typical of why the Calibra has the rep it does.

    Rubbish Cars We Love: Rover 200 Mark 1 – So Solid

  • When it first appeared that Kunis was going to decline, the Internet turned on her head-spinningly quickly, and the cynical among us might figure that her turnaround of "Oh, it appears that I can accompany you to the Marine Corps Ball!" was less a schedule-untangling than a concerted effort to save face in light of a potential PR nightmare.

    NPR Topics: News

  • His artfully overstimulated "Heroes for Sale" 1933 takes its protagonist from the trenches of World War I to a crazily up-and-down business career at the beginning of the Great Depression in a head-spinningly brisk 68 minutes.

    NYT > Home Page

  • As I do every week, let's take a look at five head-spinningly dumb financial events from the past seven days.

    Fool.com: The Motley Fool

  • And just in case this paragraph wasn't already head-spinningly weird enough, Liv Tyler and Kate Moss show up to lend guest vocals.

    Pitchfork: Latest News

  • The more I think about this epidemic of kiddy flab - and it's as bad in the UK, if not worse - the more head-spinningly baffling I find it and, as a parent of young children, the more worrying it becomes.

    Telegraph Blogs

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