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feather-headed Line breaks: feather-headed

Definition of feather-headed in English:

adjective

(Of a person) disorganized and foolish: they think that because I am pretty, I’m shallow and feather-headed
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  • Capricious and feather-headed she pursued charity to the point of recklessness.
  • John Mooney and Laura Wynne as Bill and Sally gelled perfectly and oozed confidence from the outset while Mary Flaherty fizzled as the feather-headed fortune spotter, Lady Jaqueline.
  • "Do any of your readers remember an ageing, brightly dressed, feather-headed racehorse tipster called Prince Monolulu?"

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