woozy


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having a sensation of whirling or falling

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having or causing a whirling sensation

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Once you become woozy - there's no way you can stop what is going to happen.
PAIRHEADS: Paris & Christine; PARIS TRANCE: The woozy floozy shows she has no talent or brains
We broke into the flats but found the men had both been overcome by the thick smoke in the building, making them woozy and partly-unconscious.
Created by two parents who had difficulty coaxing their own children to bed, My Bedbugs Volume 1 introduces young folks to lovable siblings Woozy, Toofy, and Gooby, who sing, dance, play and have adventures all without leaving their bedroom.
Frey's tall tales of substance abuse, alcoholism, and redemption fit Oprah Winfrey's audience to a woozy T, while JT LeRoy was perfectly crafted to capture the imaginations of hipsters like Eggers and Gaitskill.
Take the woozy "Warren in the '60s," one of the standout tracks on Crashing the Ether and the best song about Mr.
Symptoms include being slightly giddy, woozy, and a little off-balance.
As Anderson's score swings from woozy waltz to thrumming percussion, their dancing takes on a relaxed athleticism, switching from languid turns to superfast, gone-before-you-know-it etchings in space.
that woozy atmosphere, the architecture, the floors six kinds
This dichotomy between aristocratic and lower-class London is central to Dillon's thesis: that London's gin craze, viewed through the woozy lens of alcohol abuse, was really about class struggle.
Typically, DNA is collected from blood samples--but stabbing a needle into a 6 ton (13,000 pound) elephant is a gamble with death: The animal can be sedated, but if the woozy giant should fall onto its chest, it can suffocate under its own weight--or crush a scientist
In some people, particularly those with Parkinson's disease, a stronger woozy feeling indicates a transient low-blood-pressure condition, called orthostatic hypotension, which can lead to falls.
The developers would then sell parcels to the renters, who were woozy from the free beer and a day in the country, he recalls.
We've had them get a little woozy from the high altitudes," Fauerso says, "but we just make them sit down and not work any more.
A DOCTOR gave a girl of 12 a drink to make her woozy then raped her in a hospital room with two co-workers, a court heard yesterday.