Definitions

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  • adjective comparative form of flighty: more flighty

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The Tweet is mightier and flightier than the sword.

    The API revolution « BuzzMachine

  • But if I seem a little bit flightier than usual, you know why.

    Ups and Downs of the Week

  • While being a writer would be a whole lot more fun if completing a good book could be accomplished merely by consorting with her flightier muse sisters, party girls at heart, sooner or later, we all need to appeal to Ataraxia for help.

    Author! Author! » 2006 » September

  • A flightier commanding officer would be hard to find, but he lacks neither honor nor a sense of responsibility.

    Morgan’s Run

  • A flightier commanding officer would be hard to find, but he lacks neither honor nor a sense of responsibility.

    Morgan’s Run

  • Sex was invariably a complicated human endeavor -- even when monogamous and marital it was the delight of anthropologists and psychologists, and in this case it seemed to have become necessary to complete the transformation of the cerebral and responsible Anne Waverly into the flightier, rootless personalities of Ana Wakefield or Anita Walls or whatever name Glen had picked out for her.

    A Darker Place

  • On the other hand, with Daddy gone, Mommy became flightier than ever.

    Melody

  • On the other hand, with Daddy gone, Mommy became flightier than ever.

    Melody

  • On the other hand, with Daddy gone, Mommy became flightier than ever.

    Melody

  • On the other hand, with Daddy gone, Mommy became flightier than ever.

    Melody

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