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lightheaded

adjective A popular term referring to a sensation of faintness.

light-headed

Psychiatry adjective Experiencing faintness
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After the enemy was rounded up, SGT C said he started to feel light-headed and one of his soldiers insisted that he proceed to the hospital.
Shortly afterward, however, she began to experience a light-headed feeling, slight dizziness, pressure in her head, and slight nausea.
8) Sometimes a light-headed feeling may occur during flight due to a variety of factors.
In some people, the insulin lowers the glucose level too vigorously and they become light-headed, weak or nauseated.
He added: "They are not drinking enough, and that makes them feel weak and light-headed.
Humanists should avoid light-headed thinking that focuses on goodness in human behavior and ignores maliciousness.
In the morning we often felt light-headed, but the hunger pangs were manageable until about mid-afternoon, when every third thought turned to food.
If you don't believe the dish, check out the picture--we haven't gotten this light-headed over the criminal justice system since the Queer as Folk guys went to see their favorite porn star onstage in 12 Horny Men.
Standing up quickly can leave a person slightly, light-headed.
My stomach dropped and I felt light-headed when I was it.
He began feeling light-headed after starting a new prescription called Lopressor, a drug designed to control blood pressure.
Basketed duck's eggs give the all-day painter a light-headed longing.