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  • adj. comparative form of scatty: more scatty

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Examples

  • Before I get any scattier, I am going to take a break and sort my notes so that I can be thematic rather than random.

    Even in a little thing

  • She can afford to be less didactic, more charmingly candid, a little scattier.

    The Queen of Quinkdom

  • It already seems like a fair while since Scully was in his pomp and pretty much winning matches every other Friday night for Ian Millward's slightly scattier Saints than the ruthless machine that Daniel Anderson has subsequently created.

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