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English definition of “faddy”

faddy

adjective uk   /ˈfæd.i/ (also faddish,   /ˈfæd.ɪʃ/   ) us  
liking or disliking particular things, especially food, for no good reason: I was a really faddy eater when I was young.
faddily
adverb uk   /-ɪ.li/ (also faddishly,   /ˈfæd.ɪʃ.li/   ) us  
faddiness
noun [U] uk   /-nəs/ (also faddishness,   /ˈfæd.ɪʃ.nəs/   ) us  
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