of fancy; capricious; frivolous.
slightly delirious; light-headed; mildly crazy.
He said I was too flighty to be a good supervisor.
swift or fleet.
mercurial, undependable, irresponsible.
frivolous and irresponsible; capricious; volatile
mentally erratic, unstable, or wandering
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The popular answer is industry, rather than flighty finance.
They moved restively, as flighty and fine-boned as caged birds.
Perfect for capturing flighty pets or rambunctious kids.
When you first play the game, there's this tutorial with a flighty fairy telling you how the game works.
It could even have been the inspiration for this flighty and photogenic farce.
From the perspective of hedge fund managers, funds of funds also proved to be flighty investors during the crisis.
But because it did not rely on flighty capital markets for funds, it has weathered the downturn better.
And some dinosaurs made meals of their flighty relatives.
He can be flighty or he can be patient till finally the situation becomes unbearable.
Poppy is quite flighty and has studied for degrees but never finished them.