[ UK /fˈædi/ ]
  1. intensely fashionable for a short time
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How To Use faddy In A Sentence

  • Loyd claims not to be a faddy eater - he thinks the Atkins diet is a load of rubbish - but for lunch he orders celeriac roulade without the Bayonne ham, and a tiny plate of dressed crab.
  • Most kids will go through a phase of being faddy about what they eat.
  • Either they can afford to chase the faddy food fashions and pay a fortune or they just have a bland unhealthy diet, because they don't know any better.
  • He claims his bags are practical, not faddy, and are an "affordable luxury". Mulberry bags reports sales rise of 80%
  • Teatime involved cooking to cater for four different faddy appetites.
  • However some of the 'esoterics' can struggle, particularly those that are slightly niche or faddy. Army Rumour Service
  • My belief in the necessity of giving hounds cooked meat and rigorously abjuring it in a raw state, excited ridicule here, but when the good result of such "faddy" feeding was proved by the healthy condition of the animals, the unbelievers acknowledged themselves converted. The Horsewoman A Practical Guide to Side-Saddle Riding, 2nd. Ed.
  • Meal replacement diets, for example, are all faddy and the problem is that they are all very short-term solutions, as you have a strange drink or food to replace a balanced meal.
  • Eat like this, and you are likely to lose excess fat and reach your body's natural weight – and most importantly, you won't be yo-yoing from one faddy diet to another. The inside track… on eating carbs
  • So if you're a food faddy, get those heels on, put on a bit of slap and head out into the night for a little bit of singleton fun.
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