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used in The Memory Keeper’s Daughter

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a dizzy sensation or a feeling that you are about to fall
  • He took a deep breath, fighting a wave of vertigo, afraid even to glance at Norah.
    p. 109.3
vertigo = a dizzy sensation
  • A curtain flashed in a lower window—Lucy Martin, spying as usual—and Caroline paused, overcome for an instant by something like vertigo.
    p. 56.8
  • In the dappled sunlight, Paul's hand reached for her hair, and David felt a sense of panic, almost vertigo, at all he didn't know; at all he knew and couldn't mend.
    p. 122.5
  • She remembered that long-ago day on the beach, the glinting water and the silverfish of vertigo and Howard walking into her line of vision.
    p. 373.4

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