OTHER WORDS FROM MittyMit·ty·esque, Mit·ty·ish, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for mitty
Then let Mitty, with his usual golden touch, note that the owners have their points, too!
"Mitty, you should not wait for me," he said, sitting down in his own place by the fire.Diana Tempest, Volume III (of 3)|Mary Cholmondeley
Oh, Miss Mitty assured me that six feet two were as an inch in her sight, without a grandfather.The Romance of a Plain Man|Ellen Glasgow
"She gwine speak loudah an' quickah nex' time," said Unc' Landy, shaking his hoe-handle at Mitty.
"She certainly is a sight," remarked Mary Lee, watching Mitty's exit.
Not Miss Mitty, at any rate, and she was inclined to think that Mr. Carew had made a mistake, whichever way it had been!Fairfax and His Pride|Marie Van Vorst
British Dictionary definitions for mitty
- a fictional character given to grand and elaborate fantasies; daydreamer
- (as modifier)a Walter Mitty character; a Mitty act