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Word: flighty

Definition: (esp. of a woman's behavior) capricious; often changing, esp. from one lover to another; impulsive


Sentences Containing 'flighty'

And the boy being in a kind of a flighty sleep, too, we muffled the oars and hitched the raft on, and towed her over very nice and quiet, and the nigger never made the least row nor said a word from the start.
At last I began to believe, that, in the flighty and unsettled state of his mind, he had either forgotten his intention or abandoned it.
Leandra's youth furnished an excuse for her fault, at least with those to whom it was of no consequence whether she was good or bad; but those who knew her shrewdness and intelligence did not attribute her misdemeanour to ignorance but to wantonness and the natural disposition of women, which is for the most part flighty and ill-regulated.
Post-war films continued to give Pitts the chance to play comic snoops and flighty relatives in such fare as "Life with Father" (1947), but in the 1950s she started focusing on television.
She teamed up with Camacho and Jones once again in 2010's critically acclaimed "Para Volver a Amar" by Gómez Fernández and Giselle González, where she portrayed Bárbara Mantilla, the suffering, yet flighty and carefree wife of an abusive alcoholic.
They scoured the roads, they searched the woods and all quarters, and at the end of three days they found the flighty Leandra in a mountain cave, stript to her shift, and robbed of all the money and precious jewels she had carried away from home with her.
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