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  • adjective superlative form of flighty: most flighty.

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Examples

  • Especially when such a message would essentially be directed at Stoudemire and Marion, who come off as the flightiest guys on the team mood-wise.

    Matthew Yglesias » Hindsight

  • He describes the decorations of the Capitol and how "not in one's flightiest dreams has there been so much marble and china, gold and bronze, so many painted gods and goddesses."

    Gore Vidal's 'Lincoln'?: An Exchange

  • He went to look at the last pushpots, and they were ready to be taken over to their flightiest before use.

    Space Platform

  • I shall not dwell upon the career of Sophia -- who has pursued her life in Paris very wisely, shrewdly, circumspectly, not to say commercially, thus showing how honest bourgeois ancestry can triumph over the flightiest of modern temperaments.

    Personality in Literature

  • She was, therefore, at her flightiest, and greeted Joan with delight.

    The Shield of Silence

  • The last one they had was, and his wife was the silliest, flightiest little thing I ever saw.

    Anne's House of Dreams

  • To his Majesty this was merely the voice of Max at his flightiest.

    King John of Jingalo The Story of a Monarch in Difficulties

  • The last one they had was, and his wife was the silliest, flightiest little thing I ever saw.

    Anne's House of Dreams

  • "I'm the flightiest and feather-headedest ass that ever brayed," he informed me.

    Simon the Jester

  • It was before I moved over from South side, but Mrs. Hikes says she had the flightiest clothes when he was courtin 'her.

    A Village Ophelia and Other Stories

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