His prophecy kicked off a vertiginous frenzy of doomsaying, and he was thrown in jail by fearful Bolognese officials.
The mouth is enclosed by an immense cage, intended to preserve the beholder from the vertiginous attractions of its depth.
The vertiginous noise in the ears has been explained in Section XX.
How has it been possible for us to travel along that vertiginous road which knows no return?
Then the vertiginous motion of the human top would overpower the force of gravitation.
The sense of the vertiginous gulf was abiding with him; read his poem, "Pascal avait son gouffre."
But it is very humorous in itself, and the extensions and applications of it are illimitable and vertiginous.
But out of this mazy, vertiginous mass of thinking no satisfaction ever came.
And a fellow who isn't afraid of anything; a kind of squirrel, just as he is who climbs to vertiginous heights to shake down nuts.
The vertiginous rapidity of his wife's developments, manoeuvres and transformations had dazed him into a sort of numbed idiocy.
vertiginous ver·tig·i·nous (vər-tĭj'ə-nəs)
Affected by vertigo; dizzy.
Tending to produce vertigo.