Definition of ditzy in English:


(also ditsy)

adjectiveditzier, ditziest, ditsier, ditsiest

informalNorth American
  • Silly or scatterbrained.

    ‘don't tell me my ditzy secretary didn't send you an invitation!’
    • ‘And just because I'm blonde and a cheerleader doesn't mean that I'm stupid and ditzy.’
    • ‘She liked her message, even if it was sort of stupid and ditzy.’
    • ‘She seemed more giddy, ditzy and seemed entirely too comfortable with the current crowd of males she was attracting.’
    • ‘There aren't naturally stupid or ditzy people at our school mind you.’
    • ‘My worst fear was that I would falter and look like some stupid ditzy girl.’
    • ‘This is a first, she's generally really ditsy looking, though don't let that fool you.’
    • ‘The squids had wads of cash ready to spend on some ditzy chick, but we had pure animal charisma and the Under-18 set.’
    • ‘I'm very girly, very into fashion, and I can be more than a little ditzy.’
    • ‘Her neck wouldn't even squish; it's just a tether for that ditzy helium-balloon head of hers.’
    • ‘Even when they're on the ditzy side, these women still know what to do.’
    • ‘If he does, I'll bet he lumps me in with the rest of the ditzy girls in our class.’
    • ‘I can be ditsy at times like Bridget and, most important, we share the same sense of style.’
    • ‘If you always play a ditsy blond, take the role of a brilliant brunette.’
    • ‘She is kind of ditzy, though, but she has good intentions.’
    • ‘Though she tended to be ditzy at times, she was a great friend.’
    • ‘I just hope it isn't my luck that I get some ditzy valley girl, or some brain-dead heartthrob.’
    • ‘Though she could be a bit ditzy at times, Jenny was a genuinely nice person who had more friends than she could count.’
    • ‘I headed over to the table we usually occupied and spotted them all pointing towards where Stephanie and her ditzy comrades were sitting.’
    • ‘His co-workers, including the ditzy DeeDee, appear to be as miserable as Joe is.’
    • ‘All the other cheerleaders have brains and aren't as ditzy.’
    silly, foolish, giddy, lightheaded, scatterbrained, featherbrained, harebrained, empty-headed, vacuous, stupid, brainless
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1970s of unknown origin.