She goes so far as to cultivate the image of a terminal flibbertigibbet .
She looked at me then and cried, ‘My, you really are a flibbertigibbet !’
My Queen Rat has charm and she's a bit of a flibbertigibbet as well!
Instead, Bergman is stuck playing a polite flibbertigibbet , the kind of helpless royal who many would consider scandalous if she wasn't so pure in her personal morality.
‘You're talking rubbish,’ said I, incensed that a flibbertigibbet biscuit such as the pink iced ones with white swirls could be held in higher regard than a Rich Tea which, as any fool knows, is a noble biscuit with real dignity.
Back in the 1960s, when I was but a young flibbertigibbet , there was consternation when The Sunday Times introduced the concept of including a magazine with the newspaper.
She is a young flibbertigibbet who inherits her sister's three children after a car accident.
Maria, on the other hand, is described by her fellow nuns as ‘a flibbertigibbet , a will-o'-the-wisp, a clown’.
He's a diligent, conscientious person; I'm a flibbertigibbet a will o' the wisp, a clown.
In the interim, of course, I was a flibbertigibbet , obsessing on other things.