from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Giddy and talkative; foolish.
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- adj. Foolish
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I just wanted Laella to know because she always stays calm, no matter what, and I get rattlebrained, so maybe she could think of something when I couldn't.
Through a rattlebrained friend of theirs, one Nancy Spencer, they agree to take a boy from the Hopeton
Frankly, that's why the scheme looks rattlebrained to me.
Victoria: An aspiring attorney, Victoria is Shallon’s other roommate, whose eccentric ways provide a source of rattlebrained comic relief.
"But I am afraid you are glorifying two rattlebrained chaps who should be in a home for imbeciles instead of in the castle their audacity might have blighted.