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Definition of "light-headed" []

  • Frivolous in disposition or behaviour (adjective)
  • Giddy; feeling faint or slightly delirious (adjective)
  • Alternative spelling of lightheaded. (adjective)

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Use "light-headed" in a sentence
  • "Because I think he is too light-headed, and badly in need of a little cheap reading."
  • "Though he felt light-headed from the morning and afternoon group-meditation sessions and the trancing suck of the desert sun, he pushed himself up and tottered back to the yurt on legs that might as well have been deboned for all the stability they offered him, this perfect gift of the dragonfly inside him and no way to get it out."
  • "At this point I hit my limit on black tea and started to feel the effects of too much tannin, which leaves me light-headed."