- flighty (adj.)
- 1550s, "swift," from flight (n.1) + -y (2). Sense of "fickle or frivolous" is from 1768, perhaps from notion of "given to 'flights' of imagination." Related: Flightiness.
- 1. He said I was too flighty to be a good supervisor.
- 2. She is too flighty to take care of young children.
- 3. Isabelle was a frivolous little fool, vain and flighty.
- 4. 'she was never flighty like you.
- " 她从来不像你这样胡思乱想.
- 5. Lydhate paraded flighty , foreign notions which would not wear.
- 利德盖特是在卖弄自己那些轻率的 、 经不起时间考验的外国观念.
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