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scatterbrain

n. a forgetful person; someone who is mentally disorganized. Aunt Martha is a real scatterbrain. She always forgets where her glasses are.
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They would be just as offensive if their display were financed by a scatterbrained billionaire.
Well, you know how scatterbrained we March hares can be.
Prometheus, by the way, had a scatterbrained brother named Epimetheus, which means afterthought.
Angela Lansbury, still onstage at 89, is up for best supporting actress for playing scatterbrained psychic Madame Arcati in "Blithe Spirit.
Lamely taglined 'The movie event that will blow their cover', the scatterbrained plot jumps around major cities of the world in haste.
Octavius Lamely taglined 'The movie event that will blow their cover', the scatterbrained plot jumps around major cities of the world in haste.
You are great at what you are good at, but incredibly scatterbrained when it comes to anything else.
Next comes Bobbi Michele, a scatterbrained actress who is blown along by the winds of fate.
Katy Carter knows she's no domestic goddess: she's scatterbrained.
Still with Highbury Little Theatre, I had the misfortune to sit almost alongside three young teenage girls when I visited the production of The Scatterbrained Scarecrow of Oz.
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Your scatterbrained approach to work may cause mayhem at home today, according to the reversed page of cups.
The Los Angeles fashion week has always been seen as the scatterbrained, slightly slutty stepsister of the high-fashion designer collections in New York, Paris, Milan and London.
It is ludicrous that Ms Morris is unable to overrule the scatterbrained appeals panel at a technology school that reversed the head teacher's decision to expel these young thugs.