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We confess that we may be faddy in these things, but when sleeping we prefer the horizontal position.
As for your appetite, you must try not to get faddy; it's a woman's duty to keep up her strength, you know.
MARRIED LIFEMAY EDGINTON
It is curious that almost as soon as book-collecting became at all general, the 'faddy' man came into existence.
Yet I'm sure he was just as earnest as any of these new faddy people.
A LOST CAUSECYRIL ARTHUR EDWARD RANGER GULL
You'll get me into trouble, you see, if you're so faddy about choosing.
I intended to tell Mrs Moxon that he was faddy about his early-morning tea.
No; Parlyment's a played-out fraud, flabby and footy, flat and faddy.
Ken, we mustn't give further countenance to this silly, faddy place.
THE SHIELD OF SILENCEHARRIET T. COMSTOCK
Drivel; faddy drivel, but the girl's a lady, or whatever that word stands for.
THE SHIELD OF SILENCEHARRIET T. COMSTOCK
He is romantic and faddy—he gets it from you, I fancy—and he wants a certain sort of wife to take care of him.
MAN AND SUPERMANGEORGE BERNARD SHAW

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