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flibberty-gibbet

Definitions

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  • noun Alternative spelling of flibbertigibbet.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • Nan was a cynical flibberty-gibbet; it might not have been a happy union.

    Dangerous Ages

  • 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 War.

    The Forsyte Saga - Complete

  • 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 War.

    The Forsyte Saga, Volume III. Awakening To Let

  • 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 War.

    Complete Project Gutenberg John Galsworthy Works

  • However, the fact that it’s not a total holiday like Christmas means that places like here, with a lot of Easter-celebrators, things go a little flibberty-gibbet.

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  • I am sure you must look upon me as a very silly, flibberty-gibbet creature. "

    The Prince of Graustark

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