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Adverbial giddily has 1 sense
  1. dizzily, giddily, light-headedly - in a giddy light-headed manner; "he walked around dizzily"
    Derived from adjective giddy1

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Giddily is an adverb that describes an action or behavior done in a giddy or dizzy manner. It reflects a state of excitement, often accompanied by lightheadedness or a lack of focus.

Sample Sentences:

Sense 1: In an excited and lighthearted manner - popular usage

1. She jumped up and down giddily when she received the good news.

2. The children ran giddily through the amusement park, eager to try every ride.

Sense 2: In a carefree and playful manner - popular usage

1. The puppy wagged its tail and chased its own tail giddily.

2. Lisa spun around giddily, enjoying the freedom of dancing in the rain.

Sense 3: In a frivolous and superficial manner - local usage

1. Some people giddily spend their entire month's pay on luxury items they don't need.

2. The celebrity behaved giddily, not considering the consequences of her actions.

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