Definition of ditzy
Slang terms with the same meaning
Other terms relating to ' absent minded, forgetful, confused':
Definitions include: someone that is extremely lunching.
Definitions include: confused or lost, typically when thinking or trying to figure something out.
Definitions include: a female who is inattentive or forgetful: "spaced-out."
Definitions include: excellent, very attractive, etc.
Definitions include: absent minded, inattentive.
Definitions include: a good looking older woman who by appearance and style suggests she leads a pampered lifestyle.
Definitions include: extremely intoxicated.
Definitions include: to become confused.
Definitions include: under the influence of drugs. Slang terms with the same root words
None. How about some random words?
Definitions include: to accumulate of a number of small tasks (usually of the same kind,) that can be performed at once for greater efficiency.
Definitions include: Child Molester or having the demeanor of a child molester
Definitions include: a manicure and a pedicure.
Definitions include: Graffiti Scene: term for a railroad worker or New York City Metro Authority Maintenance worker
Definitions include: to acknowledge someone by jerking one's head in an upward motion, without saying anything.
Definitions include: An unlicensed bar or nite club usually open well after legal closing hours. Seems to be of Southern US origin, I have heard its use in Detroit, Chicago, and Milwaukee. After the show, we went to that blind pig on 26th St and stayed until dawn.
Definitions include: clothing
Definitions include: to attempt something.
Definitions include: "police". Definitions include: exclamation useful when the conversation is going off tangent.
I use it
No longer use it
Heard it but never used it
Have never heard it
( 14% See the most vulgar words.)
(To vote, click the pepper. Vote how vulgar
the word is – not how mean it is.)
Logged-in users can add themselves to the map.
Login, Register, Login instantly with Facebook.
To link to this term in a web page or blog, insert the following.
To link to this term in a wiki such as Wikipedia, insert the following.
Some wikis use a different format for links, so be sure to check the documentation.