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- noun Plural form of
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Pixies and flibbertigibbets haunt the budding woods: Puck and his train of midgets are busy in town and country.
Hence the boys of Eastern cities, who are perfect imps and flibbertigibbets, always raise the cry "Majnún" when they see a man naked whose sanctity does not account for his nudity.
Mulberry is one of those rare breeds of fashion labels that works on fashion flibbertigibbets as well as on sensible young women who know that to treat themselves from time to time is proof that they value themselves.
So the tens of thousands of workers thrust into unemployment and anxiously trying to learn new ways of avoiding getting thrown on the scrapheap are in fact slapstick figures driven by indolence and lascivious urges whilst the clownish, braying flibbertigibbets are serious people who decide who and what counts.
The problem for Obama, and perhaps for us all, is that some of the hand-wringing came neither from flibbertigibbets nor from opportunists.
The big screen presents us with an endless parade of bitches, witches, ditzes, hysterics, temptresses, flibbertigibbets, angels and goddesses - to be tortured, derided or worshipped as the case may be.
She says her team does not employ "young gregarious flibbertigibbets" and "we don't get rid of people just because they look older.