OTHER WORDS FROM MittyMit·ty·esque, Mit·ty·ish, adjective
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How to use Mitty in a sentence
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty opens in theaters on Christmas Day.Ben Stiller’s ‘The Secret Life of Walter Mitty’ Trailer Released|Rachel Osman|July 30, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Then let Mitty, with his usual golden touch, note that the owners have their points, too!
In the dreams of Walter Neo-Mitty there is one recurring fantasy.
We must do something, girls, and look 'how it do rain,' as Mitty would say.The Four Corners Abroad|Amy Ella Blanchard
"She certainly is a sight," remarked Mary Lee, watching Mitty's exit.
Don't say done forgot; that sounds like Mitty and Unc' Landy.
"I has what I has," returned Mitty, breaking some splinters of wood across her knee.
Nan glanced at Mitty and the washerwoman who were eating their breakfast.
British Dictionary definitions for Mitty
- a fictional character given to grand and elaborate fantasies; daydreamer
- (as modifier)a Walter Mitty character; a Mitty act