from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Lacking sense or discretion; scatterbrained.
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- adj. silly and lacking sense or discretion; featherbrained or scatterbrained
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. lacking seriousness; given to frivolity.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. lacking seriousness; given to frivolity
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Like all reality shows, it quickly turns its attention to the Jacuzzi, and here, at least one measure of equality is achieved: Gay men turn out to be just as distasteful and empty-headed as all the straight people on reality TV.
As I say, the young are high-strung, nervous, excitable; the middle - aged are empty-headed, stolid, and stupid.
At worst, he was a weak-willed, empty-headed, partially-recovered alcoholic led around by powerful, evil-minded, self-serving, greasy little schemers like Dick Cheney who led us into war for no larger reason than their own greed and vanity.
I have no doubt the K Girls are lovely, personable, and hard-working... at this point they have to be to prove they're not just empty-headed Empresses prancing around with no clothes.
Princess Winksalot is a phony, empty-headed bim … … ..
We've all experienced the frustration of setting out confidently to find a familiar memory – the name of an actor or title of a book, for example – only to wind up empty-headed and confused.
But when Rooney Mara said that she did not think that Larsson's Salander was a feminist, she was not the empty-headed celebrity she seemed.
Whatever their intent, they created an empty-headed beauty, and I'm mostly OK with that.
It's kinda pretty and interesting in an empty-headed blow 'em up kind of way.
The book ends with older adults looking upon human children born to a world without land as empty-headed animals.