His supposed masterstrokes backfired spectacularly, forcing insulted Conservatives to find their backbones and stand up to a political flibbertigibbet
That suits an actor's slightly flibbertigibbet
Don't expect your careers advisor to have all the answers because quite simply, unless they have been a flibbertigibbet
throughout their own career and tried hundreds of different roles, they won't.
Hester's younger sister, Addy, is the family flibbertigibbet
-- until her depth, resolve, and iron will are revealed through a tragedy.
Jack's elegant living room, and a high society flibbertigibbet
, bringing along with him a pack of young, elegant, silly boys and girls, who rolled into the Jacks' apartment unperturbed by the fact they hadn't exactly been invited.
Indeed, Edgar's fictional fiends are a good example; his play-acting is so effective that it is not too great a stretch to think that Mohu or the foul fiend Flibbertigibbet
might in fact be tormenting some actual Tom O'Bedlam beggar, even if not Edgar.
The show -- the story -- begins with Maria, "a flibbertigibbet
, a Will o' the wisp, a clown", hurtling back to the abbey where, given her shocking time-keeping, she is clearly in vain pursuit of a career as a nun.
(32) Some other artists released on the 3rd Ear record label included Colin Shamley, Mike Dickman, Jannie Hofmeyr, Paul Clingman, Brian Finch, Roger Lucey, John Oakley-Smith and groups such as Flibbertigibbet
A mercenary, hypochondriacal, flibbertigibbet
, who doesn't take in one of six words addressed to him--but civil to the old ladies" (Diaries 566).
Simone White's essay at Harriet, "Flibbertigibbet
in a White Room / Competencies," despite having been published six months prior, was coming up frequently in online discussions of reading series and when I responded to the invitation to ask a few questions, I included a link.
streak perhaps accounts for his refusal to stick with a successful technique when he found one.
And now here's this dyed-hair flibbertigibbet
who wants to know.