Related to wifty: impetuosity, conversate, Swifty


adj. wif·ti·er, wif·ti·est Slang
Impractical, flighty, or unfocused: "Hybrid and electric cars ... are no longer the wifty dreams of environmentalists" (Jennifer Moroz).

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adj, -tier or -tiest
censorious scatterbrained or dizzy
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