Definitions

from The American HeritageĀ® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • adj. Variant of ditsy.

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  • adj. Silly or scatterbrained, usually of a woman.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • And while she had a bubbly charm, she also became defined as ditzy, thanks to a litany of memorable, Jessica Simpson-like gaffes.

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  • He's referring to the ditzy brunette who's been dubbed "Binkletits" by a fellow castmember in this series.

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  • My favorite word for her is "ditzy" because she often appears to not have a brain in her head.

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  • I like that she comes off kind of ditzy but is really astute about other things.

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  • However, that is not as bad as the tale of a "ditzy" Norwegian friend - she actually got 5 numbers but threw her ticket away as she thought she needed all 6 to win a prize.

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  • The media would cover this like a reality show, and everyone would win: Prez gets great coverage, media gets interesting and entertaining footage, and the voters get to think, "He's kind of ditzy, but I wouldn't be opposed to making out with him."

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  • This is a superb Figma action figure of the star of the series, Yui-chan, who combines the classic anime tropes of dojikko (cute clumsy girl) with boke (kind of ditzy) but always eager to entertain us.

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  • Goldie has always been known for her fun-loving ways, but the 64-year-old star insists there is more to her than her "ditzy" personality.

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  • Murphy said that season 2 would see more focus on characters, particularly those of minor players such as ditzy cheerleader Brittany, Asian student Tina and the father of gay teen

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  • Kassidy Stephan plays the "ditzy" Daisy Von Blitzen, who returns home to visit her father, only to bring her friends and a boyfriend.

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