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ditzy

adjective dit·zy \ˈdit-sē\

Simple Definition of ditzy

  • : silly and tending to forget things

Full Definition of ditzy

ditz·i·er or dits·i·erdits·i·est

  1. :  eccentrically silly, giddy, or inane :  dizzy

dit·zi·nessplay or dit·si·ness \-nəs\ noun

Examples of ditzy

  1. <tried to have a serious conversation with her, but she kept saying ditzy things like Ooh, you're so cute!>



Variants of ditzy

or dit·sy play \ˈdit-sē\

Origin of ditzy

origin unknown


First Known Use: 1973

Rhymes with ditzy


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