scattiness


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scattiness

[ˈskætɪnɪs] N (Brit) → ligereza f de cascos, atolondramiento m
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TOGs were among the eight million people who listened to Sir Terry's Radio 2 show and shared his scattiness, love of daft jokes and slight bewilderment over anything to do with the modern world.
Anna and Etienne, back from Paris, serve as sensible, committed foils to Lola's scattiness.
Or it could reflect their generosity of spirit, rather than a common scattiness - they could be leaving the books behind to share the joy of the reading experience, rather than simply forgetting to pack them.
Such endearing scattiness in a man who has a degree in accountancy is welcome in a sport which has its fair quota of po-faced automatons who drone on humourlessly, meandering through the challenges of every hole.