Definitions

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  • adj. Acting like a flail.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Acting like a flail.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Like a flail.

Etymologies

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flail +‎ -y

Examples

  • We're thirty-five days out from the San Diego International Comic Convention, aka "Geek Prom," aka "Seanan makes her first appearance in a public place as a professional author, rather than as a musician who occasionally writes things and says flaily stuff about a book that's coming out sometime in the far, misty future."

    seanan_mcguire: Seventy-five days and counting down.

  • I was fairly resigned about it when it happened, but it's more serious than I like to let on- I have to wear all black at work, you see, and this was one of the very very few black tops I own with January-suitable long sleeves that don't have big bat flaily-ness.

    Privilege is a headache you don't know you don't have

  • In less flaily news, I am starting to scare myself.

    sierrazen Diary Entry

  • If you don't, it's no wonder you've gone a bit flaily-arm and hoppitamoppita.

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