from The Century Dictionary.
- Forming or characterized by drifts, especially of snow.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Full of drifts; tending to form drifts, as snow, and the like.
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- adjective Tending or seeming to
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I got one a few days ago, and I really needed it, but now I'm feeling kind of drifty and directionless and sad and even kind of weepy.
AngelBrat's Blog 2009
Previously known as a band who leaned toward the electronic end of the dreamy, drifty mid-90s shoegaze sound, Seefeel return with a terrific new album that finds them venturing deeper into the leftfield, blurring the lines between guitars and synths further than ever.
Your comment about Mrs Dalloway is brilliant; I might actually like to go to one of her parties – they seem very drifty and disconnected and like I might be able to stare off into space for a while without anyone complaining!
Whatever the case, this is a dreamy, drifty debut influenced by girl groups and, inevitably, David Lynch.
The middle episodes of Season 2 were drifty filler.
Terminator: SPOILERS yuki_onna 2009
It is still there in places, but clumpy, not drifty like it was in the beginning.
As James says, there may be a good reason for that, other than his general ennui and drifty uselessness.
I saw the shadow of the leaves drifty away across the bottom
Cees Nooteboom greenintegerblog 2008
Well, yes, I must confess right here to a bad case of off-topic-drifty-thoughtalism!
Quantum Hyperion Sean 2008
Anything could be waiting for them in its white, drifty depths.
May Bird, Warrior Princess Jodi Lynn Anderson 2007