Definition of Dottled
1. foolish [adj] - See also: foolish
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Literary usage of Dottled
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Scottish Notes and Queries edited by John Bulloch, John Alexander Henderson (1899)
"... quiet earnest tone he confidentially informed me that he was sure Johnnie was growing “ dottled.” Johnnie was the familiar ..."
2. The Gentleman's Magazine (1883)
"... which held the letter drop to her side. “What—what is the matter?” cried Valerie, alarmed. “I am the blindest, most dottled spinster of my age in all ..."
3. Letters of Dr. John Brown by John Brown, Elizabeth T. McLaren (1907)
"He preached twice Sunday before last. He is a very good man, but getting garrulous and dottled,i consequently it is scarcely preaching, but a good-humoured, ..."
4. The Universal Receipt Book: Being a Compendious Repository of Practical by Priscilla Homespun (1818)
"If not quite fine, draw it off into ther cask and let it stand a month longer before it dottled. The longer it is kept in bottles well cork- ind in a cool ..."
5. Good Words by Norman Macleod (1882)
"You are getting old and dottled. I wonder at you, and expect better things from you." But although the minister tried to speak in his usual tone of ..."