giddy


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Maggie paused in her whirling and said, staggering a little, "Oh no, it doesn't make me giddy, Luke; may I go into the mill with you?
At last I awake, very queer about the head, as from a giddy sleep, and see the butcher walking off, congratulated by the two other butchers and the sweep and publican, and putting on his coat as he goes; from which I augur, justly, that the victory is his.
Current explorations of desire are laughable in comparison to Knechtel's giddy cannonballs of utterly wanton amusement.
Most of these songs can be found on earlier album, but the selling point of Clip is DiFranco's mischievous spontaneity (such as sneaking lines from "Amazing Grace" into "Fire Door") and the giddy charge behind her music--an element that comes out strongest when she plays live.