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feath·er·brain

 (fĕth′ər-brān′)
n.
A silly, flighty, or empty-headed person.

feath′er·brained′ adj.
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featherbrain

(ˈfɛðəˌbreɪn) or

featherhead

n
a frivolous or forgetful person
ˈfeatherˌbrained, ˈfeatherˌheaded adj
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feath•er•brain

(ˈfɛð ərˌbreɪn)

n.
a foolish or giddy person; scatterbrain.
[1830–40]
feath′er•brained`, adj.
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Translations
cabeça de vento

featherbrain

[ˈfeðəbreɪn] Ncabeza f de chorlito
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Some featherbrain has gone through French history articles with a Mongol obsession, hence the frequently occurring sentence, "So-and-so had no known contact with the Mongols." Then along comes someone who has read and probably misunderstood some popular account.
TORVALD: Has my little featherbrain been out wasting money again?
Next he afflicted Garnswllt's Greg Thomas with serial injuries and, perhaps worse, selection for the traumatic West Indies tour of 1985-86 under featherbrain David Gower.