Examples of flighty in a Sentence
an actress who specializes in playing silly, flighty women
you have to be quiet while the deer are grazing, as they are flighty animals and will run if they hear you
Recent Examples of flighty from the Web
Bosco (Alveru) has the typical life of a wealthy Madrid family offspring, living in a huge house in the outskirts, going out with flighty, attractive Paula (Clara Alvarado), and studying for the requisite MBA.
Jackson isn't just a flighty teenager mooching off the Jackson name, though, and her struggles are very much real.
But those flighty locals among us may want to reconsider their options, given a new ranking from U.S. News & World Report.
Lucy Liu adds a flighty girlfriend to the mix, and Bruce Willis is a mysterious storyteller.
Hunter is more flighty, the troublemaker who’s driving him crazy.
Various love affairs are complicated by the number of men who instantly fall in love with Millie's new friend Miss Dorothy Brown (Samantha Sturm, who's flighty without descending to ditzy).
The pacing’s too choppy and the dynamic between the workaholic yuppie and the flighty artist is a little stock, but the scenery’s beautiful, and Saria has a nuanced understanding of how our oldest relationships are sometimes the hardest to sustain.
Horton agrees to sit on an egg while Mayzie the bird, a flighty mother, takes a vacation to Palm Beach.
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First Known Use of flighty
FLIGHTY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of flighty for English Language Learners
: not serious or dependable : likely to forget things or to change opinions, plans, etc., without reason
: easily excited or frightened
FLIGHTY Defined for Kids
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