Vertiginate
Vertiginate \Ver*tig"i*nate\, a. Turned round; giddy. [R.] --Coleridge. [1913 Webster]

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  • vertiginate — ver·tig·i·nate …   English syllables

  • vertiginate — ˌvərˈtijəˌnāt intransitive verb ( ed/ ing/ s) Etymology: Late Latin vertiginatus, past participle of vertiginare to whirl around, from Latin vertigin , vertigo action of whirling : to whirl dizzily around : twirl …   Useful english dictionary

  • ver|tig|i|nate — «vur TIHJ uh NAYT», intransitive verb, nat|ed, nat|ing. to turn round, spin, or rush dizzily: »Finding where the car is parked once one descends and ceases to vertiginate becomes a real problem (New York Times). Surely never did argument… …   Useful english dictionary

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