- dizzy; swirling or moving as if seen in a daze
1901, Henry Lawson, Joe Wilson and His Mates:
- I hadn't noticed at Peter Anderson's—my head was too swimmy to notice anything.
- 1995, Iain Banks, Whit
- It was as well I was sitting down; the experience of dizziness induced by a familial revelation did not seem to be a condition I was becoming inured to, despite the frequency with which it had swept through me in the past few days. My sight seemed to go a bit swimmy for a while, but I just sat and waited for it to clear.