scattiness


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scattiness

[ˈskætɪnɪs] N (Brit) → ligereza f de cascos, atolondramiento m
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Asked what he loves the most about Gwyneth, John said: "I love her scattiness, she's like a bee, she flits around like a lunatic."
Retaining the scattiness and brain speed of the Doctor but with her own compassionate and no-nonsense style, I thought she nailed it.
She needs her glasses to read, admits to scattiness and a forgetfulness when it comes to names.
TOGs were among the eight million 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.
These are moments of delightful scattiness. And I'm not above making mistakes myself.
That is a bit of old age I got, scattiness. I just forget things." Since leaving EastEnders, Barbara has been working on a Radio 2 series and appeared in Sky's Little Crackers at Christmas.
Anna and Etienne, back from Paris, serve as sensible, committed foils to Lola's scattiness. Although the novel contains ideas about family structure, sex, drugs and the sacrifices made in pursuit of sporting talent, the overall impression by the end is fluff.
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.