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Granting that to be the right reading of the riddle, it accounted, perhaps, for her flighty, self-conceited manner when she passed me in the hall.
When she did appear, she was flighty and excited, had what they call an hysterical attack, took a dose of sal-volatile by my lady's order, and was sent back to her bed.
Making allowance for his being a little flighty, you know how rationally, and sensibly, and honourably he talked, when we saw him in the garden.
For, in truth, that quiet method of evolution, which she pursues undismayed to the end, requires a certain lengthiness; and the reader's reward will be in a secure sense that he has been in intercourse with no mere flighty remnants, but with typical forms, of character, firmly and fully conceived.
To speak the truth, his conduct, when he first mentioned our engagement to my uncle, had been (so far as appearances went) a little flighty and strange.
In ways it was indeed good that he was not flighty and imaginative.
Drake's quite flighty and in love and dancing about.
WICKETKEEPER Mark Race took the catch of the day when he had the wit to woo this flighty pitch invader into his gloves.
That winner, who was rated 65 at the time, now boasts an official mark of 81 after two subsequent victories plus a running-on second, and both she and Flighty Filia managed to pull impressively clear of the third, Grey's Angel, in a sustained duel through the final two furlongs.
David O'Meara's High And Flighty looked to have a bright future after winning on her debut at Ripon but things have not gone to plan since.
Tessa's protective protective T father and flighty mother are determined to protect their daughter as best they can, but naturally, Tessa T wants to take risks.
Tessa's protective T father and flighty mother are determined to protect their daughter as best they can, but naturally, Tessa T wants to take risks.