One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Ahead of them was another reception desk with another dithery, blonde receptionist behind it.’
- ‘And someone has obviously told Bertie to be more decisive, because he isn't nearly as dithery as he was before.’
- ‘Things liven up, too, when Mr G appears, shaky and dithery in his stained white suit, having problems with his colostomy bag.’
- ‘I do not, however, think this subject is black and white… far too many grey areas - hence the somewhat dithery opinion.’
- ‘I've never understood how anyone could be so dithery as to have no idea who to vote for.’
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