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flighty

f lahy tee

  • s  guided by whim and fancy
    flighty young girls
  • s  unpredictably excitable (especially of horses)

  • In this Frank Capra-Robert Riskin romantic comedy, a flighty heiress (Claudette Colbert) runs out on her father to join her fiance in Florida.
  • He turned out to be too flighty, too impious and vainglorious to fill the role of anointed American writer, the thinking man's thinking man.
  • Happy, unself-conscious, slightly flighty and more than a little girly.
News & Articles

  • New Nickolodean Show Makes Television History
    Nick's making television history, by uniting two different characters from two completely different shows. Reprising their roles from their respective hit series, Sam & Cat chronicles the adventures of feisty Sam Puckett and flighty Cat Valentine as the pair become best friends and unlikely roommates after starting their own babysitting business.
    June 13, 2013 - CBS New York
Quotes

  • Leisha Hailey in Forbes
    Alice is very flighty, very pulled by her emotions,Hailey says. "And Tasha is such a solid, conventional, conservative person. The differences they see in each other - that's really beautiful. But sometimes they seem unhealthy. Sometimes...
  • Drew Barrymore in Arizona Republic
    He was such a flighty bird - unattainable and off doing his own thing,Barrymore says. "I'm sure it's affected my relationships with men. I'm sure I'm sadder about it than I admit, but I accept that a lot easier than my mother's and my...
  • Stephen Donald in Stuff.co.nz
    We need a bit more composure right across the park. We were a bit flighty, to be fair,Donald said yesterday in reference to last weekend's opening Super 14 rugby 19-13 loss to the defending champion Crusaders in Christchurch. "We were a...

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