Flighty



[flahy-tee] /ˈflaɪ ti/

adjective, flightier, flightiest.
1.
given to of fancy; capricious; frivolous.
2.
slightly delirious; light-headed; mildly crazy.
3.
irresponsible:
He said I was too flighty to be a good supervisor.
4.
Archaic. swift or fleet.
/ˈflaɪtɪ/
adjective flightier, flightiest
1.
frivolous and irresponsible; capricious; volatile
2.
mentally erratic, unstable, or wandering
3.
flirtatious; coquettish
adj.

1550s, “swift,” later (1768) “fickle or frivolous,” originally of skittish horses; from flight (n.1) + -y (2). Related: Flightiness.

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