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scatty

adjective scat·ty \ˈska-tē\

: not having or showing the ability to think clearly

scat·ti·erscat·ti·est

Full Definition of SCATTY

chiefly British
:  crazy

Examples of SCATTY

  1. <any number of individuals have been fingered as the scatty serial killer known to history as Jack the Ripper>

Origin of SCATTY

probably from scatterbrain + 1-y
First Known Use: 1911

Rhymes with SCATTY

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