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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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She felt light-headed and collapsed but was assisted by a number of members of the public, including two builders and a woman who got her a glass of water.
In addition the person may experience difficulty in breathing or shortness of breath; feeling sick or vomiting; feeling light-headed or faint; breaking into a cold sweat; and becoming pale.
London, Jan 9 (ANI): A British Airways passenger plane was forced to make an emergency landing after both pilots reported feeling light-headed, and almost 'passed out' at the controls.
But she's proving daily that a woman in her 40s with a younger "fiance" grows light-headed after rediscovering sex and can't stop talking about it.
I was getting really really light-headed...it went black.
It is thought that Jack had been experimenting with asphyxiation, cutting off the blood supply to the brain for short periods leaving him feeling light-headed.
Go a little light-headed with the clever Eurohike Glamping Head Torch.
Half-way through scrubbing the shagpile I went all light-headed. Thought I was going to pass out.
Debbie with Irish artist Mark Baker; Light-headed..
Enough fumes will leave you light-headed and nauseous.
Leanne had complained of feeling shaky and light-headed when she got off the ride but her condition rapidly deteriorated and a Disney employee called for paramedics.