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scatty

[skat-ee] /ˈskæt i/
adjective, scattier, scattiest. British Informal.
Origin
1910-1915
1910-15; apparently scatt(erbrain) + -y1
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British Dictionary definitions for scat-tier

scatty

/ˈskætɪ/
adjective (Brit, informal) -tier, -tiest
1.
empty-headed, frivolous, or thoughtless
2.
distracted (esp in drive someone scatty)
Derived Forms
scattily, adverb
scattiness, noun
Word Origin
C20: from scatterbrained
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Slang definitions & phrases for scat-tier

scatty

adjective

Irrational; crazy; goofy, scatterbrained: the ferociously ambitious, slightly scatty Louise Bryant

[1911+ British; probably fr scatterbrained; said to be a Cockney use]


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