adjective see ditzy

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • ditsy — [adj] silly airbrained, airheaded, daffy*, dippy*, dipsy*, dizzy*, dopey, eccentric, empty, giddy, goofy*, inane, kooky*, rattlebrained, scatterbrained; concepts 314,401 …   New thesaurus

  • ditsy — ☆ ditsy [dit′sē ] adj. ditsier, ditsiest [? altered < DIZZY] Slang silly, inane, disorganized, eccentric, etc.: also sp. ditzy …   English World dictionary

  • ditsy — /dit see/, adj., ditsier, ditsiest. Slang. flighty and easily confused; mildly or harmlessly eccentric. Also, ditzy. [1975 80; expressive coinage, perh. with elements of DOTTY1 and DIZZY; cf. SY] * * * …   Universalium

  • Ditsy — (of a woman) flighty; empty headed (originally US slang (1970s); probably, blend of dotty + dizzy ) …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • ditsy — Australian Slang (of a woman) flighty; empty headed (originally US slang (1970s); probably, blend of dotty + dizzy ) …   English dialects glossary

  • ditsy — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj., informal, frivolous, eccentric, flighty (see folly). II (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) a. *bubbleheaded, foolish, scatterbrained, absent minded, empty headed, dotty, eccentric, silly. ANT.: sensible …   English dictionary for students

  • ditsy — dit|sy [ˈdıtsi] adj another spelling of ↑ditzy …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • ditsy — dit|sy [ dıtsı ] another spelling of ditzy …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • ditsy — adj silly, eccentric, twee or frivolous. An invented term, popular especially in the USA since the mid 1970s. The word, which is obviously influenced by dizzy , is generally applied to females …   Contemporary slang

  • ditsy — see ditzy …   English dictionary

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