- having the tone and rather high pitch variation of a flute: a person of fastidious manner and fluty voice.
Origin of fluty
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Examples from the Web for flutey
The tone in all likelihood 58 will be pure and flutey, at least upon the higher notes.The Child-Voice in Singing
Francis E. Howard
And just think, Mrs. Catlin, Flutey is going to write a long serious story for our magazine all about the war that she was in!
Little birds sent forth their flutey voices where mortals must be hushed for fear of enemies.The War Romance of the Salvation Army
Evangeline Booth and Grace Livingston Hill
It was soft and flutey, as though some one played two notes upon a reed, a piping sound.Day and Night Stories
“Here comes Flutey, now,” said Ruth, hearing the slow steps of her aunt.