faddy

[ fad-ee ]
/ ˈfæd i /

adjective, fad·di·er, fad·di·est, noun

Origin of faddy

First recorded in 1815–25; fad + -y1
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faddy

/ (ˈfædɪ) /

adjective -dier or -diest

of, having, or involving personal and often transitory whims, esp about food
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