Tunemah was a big fool gray that was constitutionally rattle-brained.
"The Mountains" by Stewart Edward White
You haven't given us a single proof yet that Fern is anything but a rattle-brained youngster.
"Main Street" by Sinclair Lewis
He was neither rattle-brained, like Bert, nor coarse like other men she had encountered.
"The Valley of the Moon" by Jack London
I must rest my poor brain now, or it will rattle in my head like a dry walnut.
"The Grey Room" by Eden Phillpotts
Fortunately for me, the jay had found some excitement to keep his rattle-brain busy for a moment.
"Secret of the Woods" by William J. Long
Nay, the gayest rattle-brain is the least likely to escape such a desire.
"Complete Short Works" by Georg Ebers
There is much exaggeration and rattle-brain about this fellow.
"Passages From The American Notebooks, Volume 1" by Nathaniel Hawthorne
But she is rattle-brained.
"Atlantida" by Pierre Benoit
I'm a rattle-brain; and they think I am drowned.
"Dorothy Dale's Camping Days" by Margaret Penrose
The Englishman's plea was unusual, but it was not as rattle-brained as it had seemed at the outset.
"The Husbands of Edith" by George Barr McCutcheon
The enigmatic energy of LA band Fol Chen rattles the brain like the blissful confusion of a bright-hot summer day.
Got useless facts rattling around in your brain.
Meanwhile, Matt Mitrione is feeling like Scott Junk "rattled his brain".
While I still get in some quality drinking, as a 45-year-old dad, much of my consumption involves a couple of decent beers on a Friday to numb the constant brain rattle caused by two small kids.
Hundreds of yards away a hidden bomb detonates, unleashing a brain-rattling blast wave and propelling scorching bits of shrapnel in every direction.
Insofar as it's possible, Richmond, Virginia's Lamb of God have gone quietly about their brain-rattling business since forming in 1995.