• Definition for "flightiness"
  • Sentence for "flightiness"
    • Right mindfulness serves as an antidote…
    • View More
  • Synonym for "flightiness"
  • Hypernym for "flightiness"
  • Same Context for "flightiness"

flightiness definition

  • noun:
    • the caliber of becoming flighty.
    • hawaii or top-notch being flighty.
    • hawaii to be flighty; capriciousness; volatility; especially, small delirium or emotional aberration.
    • Synonyms Lightness, Frivolity, etc. (see levity); giddiness, caprice.
    • the trait of acting unpredictably and much more from whim or caprice than from explanation or judgment
    • the caliber of becoming flighty.
    • their state or top-notch being flighty.
    • The state of being flighty; capriciousness; volatility; specifically, slight delirium or mental aberration.
    • Synonyms Lightness, Frivolity, etc. (identify levity); giddiness, caprice.
    • the trait of acting unpredictably and more from whim or caprice than from reason or wisdom
    • the standard of being flighty.
    • The state or quality of being flighty.
    • their state of being flighty; capriciousness; volatility; especially, minor delirium or mental aberration.
    • Synonyms Lightness, Frivolity, an such like. (identify levity); giddiness, caprice.
    • the characteristic of acting unpredictably plus from whim or caprice than from explanation or wisdom
    • the grade of becoming flighty.
    • hawaii or top-notch becoming flighty.
    • The state of being flighty; capriciousness; volatility; specifically, minor delirium or emotional aberration.
    • Synonyms Lightness, Frivolity, etc. (identify levity); giddiness, caprice.
    • the characteristic of acting unpredictably and more from whim or caprice than from reason or wisdom
    • the standard of becoming flighty.
    • The state or quality of becoming flighty.
    • hawaii to be flighty; capriciousness; volatility; particularly, minor delirium or emotional aberration.
    • Synonyms Lightness, Frivolity, etc. (identify levity); giddiness, caprice.
    • The quality of being flighty.
    • the trait of acting unpredictably and more from whim or caprice than from explanation or judgment
    • the standard of being flighty.
    • the caliber of becoming flighty.
    • their state or top-notch being flighty.
    • hawaii or top-notch being flighty.
    • the grade of being flighty.
    • The quality of becoming flighty.
    • their state or top-notch becoming flighty.
    • the standard of being flighty.
    • hawaii or quality of being flighty.
    • their state or quality of becoming flighty.
    • hawaii to be flighty; capriciousness; volatility; particularly, small delirium or mental aberration.
    • The state of being flighty; capriciousness; volatility; especially, slight delirium or emotional aberration.
    • hawaii of being flighty; capriciousness; volatility; especially, slight delirium or emotional aberration.
    • hawaii or top-notch being flighty.
    • their state to be flighty; capriciousness; volatility; specifically, minor delirium or mental aberration.
    • Synonyms Lightness, Frivolity, etc. (identify levity); giddiness, caprice.
    • Synonyms Lightness, Frivolity, an such like. (see levity); giddiness, caprice.
    • Synonyms Lightness, Frivolity, etc. (see levity); giddiness, caprice.
    • The state to be flighty; capriciousness; volatility; particularly, small delirium or psychological aberration.
    • their state of being flighty; capriciousness; volatility; particularly, minor delirium or mental aberration.
    • Synonyms Lightness, Frivolity, etc. (see levity); giddiness, caprice.
    • Synonyms Lightness, Frivolity, etc. (see levity); giddiness, caprice.
    • the characteristic of acting unpredictably and much more from whim or caprice than from reason or wisdom
    • the characteristic of acting unpredictably plus from whim or caprice than from explanation or wisdom
    • the characteristic of acting unpredictably and much more from whim or caprice than from explanation or judgment
    • the characteristic of acting unpredictably and much more from whim or caprice than from explanation or wisdom
    • the characteristic of acting unpredictably plus from whim or caprice than from explanation or judgment
    • Synonyms Lightness, Frivolity, etc. (see levity); giddiness, caprice.
    • the characteristic of acting unpredictably and much more from whim or caprice than from reason or wisdom
677 votes

How would you define flightiness?

All the definitions on AZdictionary were written by people just like you. Now's your chance to add your own!