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Definition of "feather-headed" [feath•er-head•ed]

  • Giddy; frivolous; foolish (adjective)

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Use "feather-headed" in a sentence
  • "However, Master Yee turned the tables on his feather-headed enemies and became even more successful and wealthy in Canton."
  • "“You have trusted him too far,” said the other; “a feather-headed cox-comb, upon whose changeable mind and hot brain there is no making an abiding impression.”"
  • "These, of course, are precisely the stories that culminated in the myth of "let them eat cake," and that Coppola's Marie Antoinette -- whose opening scene shows a feather-headed Marie Antoinette saucily licking cake off her fingers -- so lamentably perpetuates."