flighty[ flahy-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF flighty
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FLIGHTY
A most flighty beast he was—nerves all gone—I dare say a hopeless neurasthenic.
"Ethel is a vain, flighty woman," Marlow said, in reply to his wife's remark.
You're growing old and forgetful, so don't get foolish and flighty.
“You are a dear, ignorant, flighty young gentleman,” she said.
He found her remarkably bright and sensible and not at all "flighty."
Suppose they say of you what they say of her, that you are a frivolous, flighty woman?
No, he would think it the most natural thing in the world for her to be so flighty.
But one was a little too old, and another was a good deal too flighty.
But I am not so flighty as to imagine you will pay any heed.
You and I are to keep house and look after these flighty young folks, I understand.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FLIGHTY
- down in the dumps
- down in the mouth
- in a huff
- in the doldrums
- out of sorts