dizzying heights

dizzying heights

1. An impressive level of success. Your company will never reach such dizzying heights if you don't devote your full attention to it.
2. A high or extreme degree of something. Why are our profits now so much lower than the dizzying heights they reached last month?
See also: dizzy, height
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Two-time Grammy Award nominated and Chicagobred Felix has reached dizzying heights over his career with countless productions as Felix Da Housecat, Aphrohead, Thee Madkatt Courtship and Rocketmann.
She said the Pakistani team had raised the Pakistan flag with green crescent to dizzying heights in the entire world, which reflected the peaceful and stable face of Pakistan.
BITCOIN went into freefall yesterday, its price collapsing from the dizzying heights of nearly $20,000 earlier this week to around $12,000 as steam appeared to be running out of its year-end rally.
But how far is Ralph prepared to go to reach dizzying heights in politics?
After an exciting breakthrough season in 2013/14, the 21-year-old has struggled to reach the same dizzying heights this year.
Lenovo has recently announced that the company's CEO, Yang Yuanqing has been awarded a $3 million annual bonus for leading the company to dizzying heights. In May this year, Lenovo reported [...]
CHILDREN braved the dizzying heights of one of the world's tallest peaks to raise money for a Liverpool charity.
ALMOST 10 years since Shrek emitted his first pungent burp, Dream-Works Animation soars to dizzying heights with a brilliantly-executed and deeply touching story of one boy's friendship with a supposedly fearsome dragon.
FUNDRAISERS braved wind, rain and dizzying heights when they zip-wired 1,000ft across the River Tees for their favourite cause.
IT'S a case of here we go again tonight for Chasetown as the non-league minnows once again attempt to reach the dizzying heights of the third round of the FA Cup.
The past decade provided a fertile environment for the flurry of deals that drove the real estate market to dizzying heights. In the nearly two years since 9/11, however, the industry has been hammered with additional costs.
It's been a long time since the Bluebirds have found themselves at the dizzying heights of the first division, Premier League or no Premier League.
But exactly what is it about these stories that drives so many of my otherwise down-to-earth friends and acquaintances to dizzying heights of fanaticism?
How else could a film that feels like a TV movie get to such dizzying heights?
Thunderstorm clouds in hurricane Bonnie punched their way up to dizzying heights, according to images collected by a rain-sensing satellite.