Definition of feather-headed in English:

feather-headed

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adjective

(Of a person) disorganized and foolish: they think that because I am pretty, I’m shallow and feather-headed
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  • Reluctant to ever trust her heart again, she should be capable of wreaking some havoc on the residents of Downton, particularly, one hopes, her feather-headed flapper of a cousin, who may insist that the action, at least occasionally, be moved to Roaring '20s London.
  • Maria Beadnell is immortalized in two portraits in Dickens's fiction: as the pretty feather-headed Dora of David Copperfield (1850), who dies young; and as the fat, fatuous, garrulous, middle-aged Flora Finching of Little Dorrit (1857).
  • Capricious and feather-headed she pursued charity to the point of recklessness.

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