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We confess that we may be faddy in these things, but when sleeping we prefer the horizontal position.
PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI, VOL. 152, MAY 16, 1917.VARIOUS
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.
THE BOOK-HUNTER IN LONDONWILLIAM ROBERTS
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.
PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI, VOLUME 93, JULY 16, 1887VARIOUS
I intended to tell Mrs Moxon that he was faddy about his early-morning tea.
THE TOWER OF OBLIVIONOLIVER ONIONS
No; Parlyment's a played-out fraud, flabby and footy, flat and faddy.
PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI, VOL. 101, JULY 25, 1891VARIOUS
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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