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See Spanish definition of voluble
1(capricious)(person) voluble(person) veleidoso
- He is forever messing with us, but always in the most playfully skittish way.
- As things were going slow, some of the skittish young people proposed to have a game of mock marriages.
- His grandmother was was skittish and playful, instilling in him a passion for spooky stories.
- In Britain he was all buttoned up; abroad, on holiday, he could be skittish and silly.
- Charles is skittish and silly, but at his core sincere about his affection for his aunt.
- The songs are at once deeply absorbing and playfully skittish.
- She is at times playfully skittish and fanciful.
- Betty was in a skittish mood the next morning, cracking jokes over breakfast.
- He was in a skittish mood; there wasn't much point in talking to him any longer.
- She's a rigorous thinker but quite skittish and funny too.
- She was rushed to hospital after getting knocked over by skittish horse.
- The little lizards are everywhere, but they are skittish and can be difficult to approach.
- He was very skittish, and had been used as a news horse, since he couldn't be used for actual battle.
- Only the rays were skittish, darting off as soon as we drew near.
- Mottled ducks at least remain skittish around people and present some challenge.
- My wife and I had a skittish gray cat for 14 years whose name was Pepe.
- Mice can often be skittish creatures at first.
- Skittish dogs can be unpredictable, and if they misbehave we are responsible.
- These skittish little fishes are also very photogenic.
- Jessie was very skittish and nervous when she first arrived but she's like a different dog now.
- She's an ex-rescue cat who used to be very skittish and nervous.
- A normally gentle or tame animal may suddenly become skittish or aggressive.
- Coyotes tend to be skittish around people.
- Larger pets, like cats and dogs, may also be a bit skittish around unexpected noises and motion.
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