Slang Eccentric or scatterbrained: "Needless to say, this ditsy crew succeeds in spite of itself” ( David Ansen). (adjective)
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Use "ditsy" in a sentence
"Her great friend Observer columnist Victoria Coren admires Winkleman's disarming charm, but suggests viewers should not be fooled by her "ditsy" antics."
"The first one looks like a cute girl, maybe "ditsy" (never really liked that word)."
"She heads a classy cast, with soprano Eglise Gutierrez in the ditsy coloratura role of Fairy Godmother and the mezzo Alice Coote in rapturous, unblemished voice, a stupendous Prince Charming."