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  • Are you lucky enough to have found your groove in a particular genre so you can just concentrate on making it better, or are you a flibberty-gidget like me?

    Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » On staying true

  • Ever since then, my Zen answer to every kerfuffle, foofaraw, and flibberty-floo about Parliament and its powers has been the same, no matter who was in power.

    How about “Somewhat benign, but sort of an a-hole”? - Colby Cosh -

  • Jaya really loves the Science Museum, they've got their exhibits just right and it's impressive they can fully occupy a flibberty-gibbet 2 year old!

    tequilamonky Diary Entry

  • They do show what a bunch of yo-yoing flibberty gibbets they are.

    LibDem Tax Proposals Make the Rich Pips Squeak

  • ‘If only we can steer clear of flibberty-gibberting, and pay our way!’

    The White Monkey

  • His wife was always out when she was in Town, and his daughter WOULD flibberty-gibbet all over the place like most young women since the

    To Let

  • Women at that stage were only given the vote up to the age of 30, I think, or above the age of 30, on the assumption that these flibberty-gibbet girls couldn ` t be given a vote.

    The First World War

  • My daughter keeps suggesting to me I'm a flibberty-jibbit.

    CNN Transcript Nov 26, 2003

  • Time enough and plenty for that flibberty folderol, by God! A mate for Tess?


  • Glancing across the church, his eye lighted upon Mrs Mottram in a flibberty-gibbet hat which matched the very bright blue of her dress.

    The Key


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  • Plausible. Mix with flubberty for extra bounce on those rainy Thursday afternoons.

    October 23, 2009

  • I think flippant + liberty for some reason...

    October 23, 2009