Chiefly British Scatterbrained; flighty: "the scatty, glancing quality of a hyperactive but unfocused intelligence” ( London Review of Books). (adjective)
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Use "scatty" in a sentence
"Instead of an evil stepmother, as the Grimms have it, the children have a loving but scatty mother and a caring but drunken father."
""I find the millennial beat of the water, which has flowed here for thousands of years, a good antidote to the scatty world I live in," he says."
"They are excellent, and so am I when I am not lazy, dumb, prejudiced, boring, offensive, and scatty."