from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Variant of flaky.
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- adj. Alternative spelling of flaky.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. made of or resembling flakes
- adj. made of or easily forming flakes
- adj. conspicuously or grossly unconventional or unusual
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This movie scares me a little - kind of flakey from the previews.
And all those so-called ethics charges were all dismissed and most of them filed by a truly "flakey" individual.
Everyone including the national media should first think of all this then calling her "flakey" like Begala just did on CNN.
You're young, bursting with an innocent puppy energy -- like a light layer of powdered sugar dusting some cheap Mexican churro: you're delicious, warm and kind of flakey but the real pleasure is in the final release.
I'm your "flakey" cousin so I haven't come around much lately.
We're speaking about the kind of flakey men I often meet.
(And actually, most users of Minimed are jealous: theirs needs frequent recharging and STILL wears out more quickly, and costs more to replace, and the entire charging process often goes "flakey".)
Manning notes the relationship between Kraft and Cadbury looks "flakey" and that Kraft has mortgaged Cadbury to the hilt "by pledging just a wispa under £12bn".
Unfortunately, you’ll never get the same kind of flakey without the extra cold butter between the layers, but I think using a finer flour would help get you a lighter roll.
"flakey" Cameron-Osborne leadership, it will also be seen as a declaration of the kind of economic liberalism that may inform him, should he have to negotiate with the Conservatives in a hung parliament.