fluttery

[ fluht-uh-ree ]SEE DEFINITION OF fluttery
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He had been given only a mild shock, but it had been enough for his fluttery, cranky heart.

You like a girl who is helpless and fluttery, who can be patronized.

Betsy wondered if she really always had been as fluttery as this.

He began his fluttery elbow movements again and looked around at Dotty with a triumphant smile.

She was speaking very slowly, her eyes warm and fluttery and melting, a soft flush on her cheeks that did not go away.

The servants were disconcerted, and scarcely knew how to take her fluttery yet imperious orders.

Then the ends of the ribbons can trail down the sides of the programmes sort of fluttery and graceful.

The housing is of a light, fluttery material, probably covering an armour of chain-mail.

Miss Effie Allendyce took her under her wing in a fluttery, mothery sort of a way with a great many "my dear's."

The next morning Miss Effie started the two of282 them off for the "appointment" with a fluttery excitement bordering on hysteria.

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