scatterbrain


scat·ter·brain

noun \ˈska-tər-ˌbrān\

: a person who is unable to concentrate or think clearly

Full Definition of SCATTERBRAIN

:  a giddy heedless person

Examples of SCATTERBRAIN

  1. Where did I put my keys? I'm such a scatterbrain today.
  2. <don't be such a scatterbrain—it's only a wedding, not the invasion of Normandy>

First Known Use of SCATTERBRAIN

1659

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