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  • n. The quality of being vertiginous.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The state or character of being vertiginous; giddiness; a whirling, or sense of whirling; dizziness.


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vertiginous +‎ -ness


  • A wobbly, high walkway creates a sense of alpine vertiginousness, with the musicians, members of the ENO orchestra here playing with the assurance of soloists, perched aloft on a platform.

    Aida; Elegy for Young Lovers; O Sonho

  • This is certainly the primary force of Milgram's authority experiments: others had done research on conformism and authority, but what set Milgram's apart was the vertiginousness of the narrative he made out of men.

    Harper's Magazine

  • This is because Gottie does include caffeine in the ingredients and if your body is not used to caffeine, the user may think some sleeplessness and vertiginousness.



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