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- adj. flitty
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What of the rest of the court — flittery dilettantes barely bothered to read a brief back to front, perhaps?
Or are we just being, especially in journalism and punditry, our usual flittery selves?
She had not expected emptiness, flittery light, a blotted horizon.
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Singer Yuki Chikudate's high flittery delivery recalls that of Cocteau Twins 'Elizabeth Fraser … and if you don't know Japanese then the lyrics may prove just as cryptic as Fraser's.
Lawrence Durrell's description of a journalist perfectly describes the flittery restlessness.