from The Century Dictionary.
- Thoughtless; heedless; giddy.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Giddy; thoughtless.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adjective guided by whim and fancy
- adjective lacking sense or discretion
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Two suns irradiating the galaxy like a pair of covetous eyes: how trivial, how marginally interesting to the scatter-brained populace.
If she had anything intelligent to say, it wouldn't matter, but unfortunately, she comes across as unwitting, unintelligent and scatter-brained.
The White Queen is a character from Through The Looking Glass — a scatter-brained figure that lives her life backwards and struggles to live in the present.
P.P.S. Sorry if this sounds scatter-brained; it's just that class is about over and I really have to—
Ten was always a bit more scatter-brained than Nine ...
Ms. Levine's art is anything but chaotic or scatter-brained.
The match continued as it had begun, an enthralling and sometimes hilarious parade of scatter-brained mistakes and heart-stopping incidents.
With Sean's help, Martin negotiates life as the youngest in a chaotic, scatter-brained family.
But by claiming the high ground of bolstering the nation's economic standing in its competition with other rising lands, he makes the Republicans' one-note campaign to diminish the government look as counterproductive and altogether scatter-brained as it actually is.
Yes, quite scatter-brained and I think a bit more likely to give in to his emotions, desires and needs.