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Chaotic; jumbled:
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  1. Chaotic; jumbled:
  2. Lacking logical order or sense:
  3. Being unable to think with clarity or act with understanding and intelligence.
Dizzy or feeling faint, usually caused by a drop in blood pressure to the brain.
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  1. Dizzy or feeling faint, usually caused by a drop in blood pressure to the brain.
  2. Faint or dizzy:
  3. Mentally confused or feeling giddy; dizzy
Turning or circling around very rapidly; whirling
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  1. Turning or circling around very rapidly; whirling
  2. Causing or capable of causing dizziness:
  3. Feeling dizzy or unsteady
That staggers
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  1. That staggers
  2. Incredible, overwhelming, amazing.
  3. That causes one to stagger; astonishing; overwhelming; specif., astonishingly great
Mentally or emotionally upset or unbalanced
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  1. Mentally or emotionally upset or unbalanced
  2. Unsettled, broken up, or altered in structure or function:
  3. Being or resulting from being emotionally or mentally troubled:
Dull of mind or perception.
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  1. Dull of mind or perception.
  2. Having bleary eyes
  3. Tired, because of lack of sleep, and having blurred or reddened eyes.
Sluggish or dull, as from lack of sleep
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  1. Sluggish or dull, as from lack of sleep
  2. Unsteady and dazed; shaky.
  3. Slowed or weakened, as by drink, sleepiness, etc.
Erratic in habits, purpose, or behavior
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  1. Erratic in habits, purpose, or behavior
  2. Not firm or stable; shaky
  3. Not even or regular; wavering:
Having an aspect of great depth, drawing the eye to look downwards.
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  1. Having an aspect of great depth, drawing the eye to look downwards.
  2. Inducing a feeling of giddiness, vertigo, dizziness or of whirling.
  3. Inclined to change quickly; unstable.
That whirls or whirl.
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  1. That whirls or whirl.
Affected with a dizzy, whirling sensation
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  1. Affected with a dizzy, whirling sensation
  2. Relating to or used in swimming.
  3. Capable of swimming:
(Figuratively) Lacking will power or strength of character; timid.
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  1. (Figuratively) Lacking will power or strength of character; timid.
  2. (Literally) Used other than as an idiom: see week,"Ž kneed.
  3. Having weak knees
(Gram.) Expressing variation in tense by the addition of an inflectional suffix rather than by internal change of a syllabic vowel; regular (Ex.: talk, talked, talked)
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  1. (Gram.) Expressing variation in tense by the addition of an inflectional suffix rather than by internal change of a syllabic vowel; regular (Ex.: talk, talked, talked)
  2. Lacking aptitude or skill:
  3. Lacking persuasiveness; unconvincing:
Tending to wobble; unsteady.
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  1. Tending to wobble; unsteady.
  2. Inclined to wobble; shaky
  1. Nervous; Anxious.
  2. Open to question or doubt:
  3. Not firm, substantial, or secure; weak, unsound, or unsteady
Dizzy or queasy.
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  1. Dizzy or queasy.
  2. Befuddled, muddled, or dazed, as from drink, drugs, a blow, etc.
  3. Dazed or confused.
Slightly intoxicated.
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  1. Slightly intoxicated.
  2. That tips easily; not steady; shaky
  3. (Informal) Somewhat drunk; intoxicated enough to be somewhat unsteady, fuddled, etc.
Acting dazed or bewildered
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  1. Acting dazed or bewildered
  2. Behaving in a bewildered, confused, or dazed manner.
  3. Showing signs of brain damage caused by repeated blows to the head. Used especially of a boxer.
Forceful; vigorous
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  1. Forceful; vigorous
  2. Groggy or dazed from or as if from a punch or series of punches; punch-drunk.
  3. Characterized by vigor or drive:
At a rapid or precipitous rate:
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  1. At a rapid or precipitous rate:
  2. Ambitious; difficult:
  3. Having a sharp rise or highly inclined slope; precipitous
Of imposing height.
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  1. Of imposing height.
  2. High, tall, having great height or stature
  3. Idealistic, implying over-optimism
Marked by quick or frequent change; unstable
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  1. Marked by quick or frequent change; unstable
  2. Turning about an axis; revolving or whirling.
  3. Having an aspect of great depth, drawing the eye to look downwards.
Easily excited, upset, etc.
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  1. Easily excited, upset, etc.
  2. Characterized by irresponsible or silly behavior.
  3. Given to sudden whims; not taking things seriously; frivolous or irresponsible
Having or showing little sense, judgment, or sobriety; foolish, stupid, absurd, ludicrous, irrational, etc.
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  1. Having or showing little sense, judgment, or sobriety; foolish, stupid, absurd, ludicrous, irrational, etc.
  2. Lacking seriousness or responsibleness; frivolous:
  3. Semiconscious; dazed:
Alternative spelling of feather-brained.
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Causing or capable of causing dizziness:
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  1. Causing or capable of causing dizziness:
  2. Feeling dizzy or unsteady
  3. Having a reeling, lightheaded sensation; dizzy.
Dizzy or feeling faint, usually caused by a drop in blood pressure to the brain.
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  1. Dizzy or feeling faint, usually caused by a drop in blood pressure to the brain.
  2. Faint or dizzy:
  3. Mentally confused or feeling giddy; dizzy
Inclined to change quickly; unstable.
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  1. Inclined to change quickly; unstable.
  2. Having an aspect of great depth, drawing the eye to look downwards.
  3. Inducing a feeling of giddiness, vertigo, dizziness or of whirling.
Dazed or confused.
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  1. Dazed or confused.
  2. Dizzy, faint, and sickish
  3. Dizzy or queasy.
Tending to make one (actually or metaphorically) dizzy or confused, as of great speed or height.
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  1. Tending to make one (actually or metaphorically) dizzy or confused, as of great speed or height.
Causing or capable of causing dizziness:
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  1. Causing or capable of causing dizziness:
  2. Feeling dizzy or unsteady
  3. Having a reeling, lightheaded sensation; dizzy.
Inclined to change quickly; unstable.
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  1. Inclined to change quickly; unstable.
  2. Inducing a feeling of giddiness, vertigo, dizziness or of whirling.
  3. Having an aspect of great depth, drawing the eye to look downwards.
Alternative form of empty-headed.
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  1. Alternative form of empty-headed.
  2. Silly and lacking sense or discretion; featherbrained or scatterbrained
  3. Frivolous and stupid; silly and ignorant
Alternative spelling of feather-brained.
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Easily excited, upset, etc.
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  1. Easily excited, upset, etc.
  2. Characterized by irresponsible or silly behavior.
  3. Given to sudden whims; not taking things seriously; frivolous or irresponsible
Of little value or importance; trifling; trivial
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  1. Of little value or importance; trifling; trivial
  2. Not properly serious or sensible; silly and light-minded; giddy
  3. Having no basis in law because of the lack of sound legal arguments, facts, etc. or not brought to court in good faith
Made of, covered with, or resembling froth; foamy.
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  1. Made of, covered with, or resembling froth; foamy.
  2. (Figuratively) lightweight; lacking depth or substance
  3. Foamy or churned to the point of becoming infused with bubbles.
Having a reeling, lightheaded sensation; dizzy.
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  1. Having a reeling, lightheaded sensation; dizzy.
  2. Feeling dizzy or unsteady
  3. Frivolous; flighty; heedless
Having or showing little sense; reckless, flighty, giddy, rash, etc.
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  1. Having or showing little sense; reckless, flighty, giddy, rash, etc.
Free from care; cheerful; carefree
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  1. Free from care; cheerful; carefree
  2. Joyful, glad, taking pleasure in being alive. Not depressed or sad.
  3. Enjoyable lack of seriousness, not grave.
Absent-minded, forgetful, distractable.
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  1. Absent-minded, forgetful, distractable.
  2. Having the qualities of a scatterbrain.
Lacking seriousness or responsibleness; frivolous:
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  1. Lacking seriousness or responsibleness; frivolous:
  2. Having or showing little sense, judgment, or sobriety; foolish, stupid, absurd, ludicrous, irrational, etc.
  3. Semiconscious; dazed:
Carried away as by love or enthusiasm
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  1. Carried away as by love or enthusiasm
  2. Mentally confused; crazy
  3. Silly; crazy.
(Provincial, Northern England) To earn, earn by labor; earn money or one's living. — Forby.
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  1. (Provincial, Northern England) To earn, earn by labor; earn money or one's living. — Forby.
  2. To become rotten, as an egg.
  3. To cause (someone) to think unclearly; confuse:
To perplex or confuse (someone)
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  1. To perplex or confuse (someone)
  2. To stupefy someone, especially with alcohol
  3. To cause (someone) to be unable to think clearly; confuse:
To confuse or befuddle, especially by being complicated or varied.
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  1. To confuse or befuddle, especially by being complicated or varied.
  2. To confuse, puzzle or befuddle someone, especially with many different things.
  3. To confuse hopelessly, as by something complicated or involved; befuddle; puzzle
To fail to distinguish; mix up:
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  1. To fail to distinguish; mix up:
  2. To make (something bad) worse:
  3. To cause to become confused or perplexed.
To mix up; jumble together; put into disorder
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  1. To mix up; jumble together; put into disorder
  2. (--- Archaic) To cause to feel embarrassment.
  3. To cause to be unable to think with clarity or act with intelligence or understanding; bewilder or perplex.
(Informal) To upset the composure of; disconcert
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  1. (Informal) To upset the composure of; disconcert
  2. (Humorous) To throw into a state of confusion; to befuddle or perplex.
To make drunk; intoxicate.
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  1. To make drunk; intoxicate.
  2. (Rare) To drink heavily; tipple
  3. To put into a state of confusion.
To muddle; confuse:
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  1. To muddle; confuse:
  2. To be mixed in a confused way:
  3. To mix in a confused way; throw together carelessly:
(Intransitive, idiomatic) Combine thoroughly.
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  1. (Intransitive, idiomatic) Combine thoroughly.
  2. (Idiomatic) To prepare something from ingredients that are mixed.
  3. (Intransitive, usually passive, with with, often with be or get) To become involved with, especially socially or romantically.
To mix (a drink or the ingredients of a drink), especially with a muddler.
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  1. To mix (a drink or the ingredients of a drink), especially with a muddler.
  2. To put into a state of confusion; confuse:
  3. To act or think in a confused way
To confuse or bewilder.
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  1. To confuse or bewilder.
  2. To bewilder deliberately; play on the credulity of; hoax
  3. To puzzle or perplex
To make (a person) uncertain, doubtful, or hesitant; confuse; puzzle
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  1. To make (a person) uncertain, doubtful, or hesitant; confuse; puzzle
  2. To confuse or trouble with uncertainty or doubt.
To baffle or confuse mentally by presenting or being a difficult problem or matter.
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  1. To baffle or confuse mentally by presenting or being a difficult problem or matter.
  2. To ponder over a problem in an effort to solve or understand it.
  3. To clarify or solve (something confusing) by reasoning or study:
To propel or discharge into the air by any means:
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  1. To propel or discharge into the air by any means:
  2. To form on a potter's wheel:
  3. To put on or off hastily or carelessly:
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