Thesaurus / flightiness

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Her flightiness or inconstancy was of the most dangerous kind.

That was well enough for her in her days of flightiness and frivolity.

Three irreverent sisters: importunity, frivolity, flightiness.

It was not her fault, but the flightiness and whimsicality of Nature which had contrived to make her the belle of the camp.

Tropic DaysE. J. Banfield

Think of her growing up in such an atmosphere of disunion and flightiness as that weak mother of hers must have given her.

The Brimming CupDorothy Canfield Fisher

Lily, at this time, was a curious mixture of romance and religion, of flightiness and faith.

Tongues of ConscienceRobert Smythe Hichens

Rose, with all her flightiness, was too proud to plead with a servant, and walked out in silence.

They were perplexed at his 'flightiness'—wanted him to enter the loco.

The Life of James McNeill WhistlerElizabeth Robins Pennell

A man can hardly swing up to extravagant hopes without dropping to sarcastic self-reproaches on his flightiness and vanity.

The SummonsA.E.W. Mason

Her flightiness would have driven any man crazy who had an opinion of his own.

The NewcomesWilliam Makepeace Thackeray

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