Examples of ditzy in a Sentence
tried to have a serious conversation with her, but she kept saying ditzy things like “Ooh, you're so cute!”
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Cory became buddies with Newt, the ditzy blonde who's the son of a senator and Chief Justice, and Meena, the daughter of the Bahavian ambassador.
Mason is a superb Glinda, her hypermanic physical presence beautifully buoyed by her ditzy persona, while Vosk is mesmerizing as her one-time rival, sometime bosom buddy, and eventual enemy.
Hawn delivers a matronly, toned-down version of her ditzy shtick, and Schumer, who has yet to find the right footing for her subversive talents in the movies, dutifully enacts her own potty-mouthed persona.
Deputy Chief Hawk of the Twin Peaks Sheriff’s Department is taking cues from bizarre phone calls from the Log Lady and getting sidetracked by one-liners from his ditzy secretary, Lucy.
My love of crystals has lead me to embrace all kinds of mindful, spiritual habits, which happen to fit in perfectly with my hippie-dippie (if slightly ditzy) personality.
King Kong (1976) The 1976 remake of King Kong made the leering, heavy-breathing sexual subtext of the first film into text by featuring a heroine (Jessica Lange as ditzy actress Dwan—yes, not Dawn) who is practically sex incarnate.
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Origin and Etymology of ditzy
First Known Use: 1974See Words from the same year
Synonymsbirdbrained, giddy (or ditsy), dizzy, featherbrained, flighty, frivolous, frothy, futile, goofy, harebrained, light-headed, light-minded, puerile, scatterbrained, silly, yeasty
Antonymsearnest, serious, serious-minded, sober, unfrivolous
Related Wordsfatuous, foolish, inane, nonsensical, thoughtless, witless; crazy, daffy, daft, fruity; exuberant, flippant, fluttery, giggly, happy, light, lighthearted, playful; sappy, shallow, superficial
Near Antonymsgrave, melancholy, somber (or sombre), thoughtful; dignified, heavy, no-nonsense, sedate, severe, solemn, staid
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