Definition of scatterbrain in English:


Line breaks: scat¦ter|brain
Pronunciation: /ˈskatəbreɪn


A person who tends to be disorganized and lacking in concentration: she struck me as a bit of a scatterbrain
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  • Why then do they let themselves be shown as silly little scatterbrains, making the compromises, while the men romp all over the screen doing exactly as they please?
  • These accounts typically focus on perceived negatives and neglect to acknowledge the positive influence that attention deficit medication has had on thousands of scatterbrains.
  • Meanwhile, the heartthrob of this film admits he is less than perfect - one of his problems being he is a real scatterbrain.

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