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flighty

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishflightyflight‧y /ˈflaɪti/ adjective  CHANGE/BECOME DIFFERENTsomeone who is flighty changes their ideas and opinions often, and only remains interested in people or things for a short time – used in a disapproving way, especially about women
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flightyA tendency towards rather flighty behaviour in the breed is being overcome by careful selection.But she was not in the flighty, dumb-blonde mould.She was a good looker, if a bit flighty for these parts.The lady had always been a bit flighty in her mind - nervous, delicate, taking odd fancies.
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