Definition of feather-brain in English:

feather-brain

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noun

A silly or absent-minded person: You feather-brain! Surely you checked when you booked the holiday?
More example sentences
  • The feather-brain loony is planning his next stunt, but it's top secret.
  • This book is an intriguing read if you are a featherbrain.
  • He has pet names for her such as skylark, squirrel and featherbrain.

Derivatives

feather-brained

adjective
More example sentences
  • ‘I'm just a feather-brained Cabinet minister, darling.’
  • You are older, wiser, more mature, and more rational then your feather-brained students.
  • The upper-class twit is too feather-brained to succeed in management, so his shifty uncle gets him a job as a worker in his missile plant.

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