OTHER WORDS FROM dottydot·ti·ly, adverbdot·ti·ness, noun
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OTHER WORDS FROM dottydot·ti·ness, noun
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Just the dotty ones are left or those whose abilities have greatly diminished…No one wants to leave anymore.Joy Williams’s ‘Harrow’ Takes a Jab at Climate Activism|smurguia|December 14, 2021|Outside Online
Gustav would later describe his ex-wife, quite accurately, as “dotty, romantic, and forever craving change.”World War II’s Most Glamorous Spy: Christine Granville|Emma Garman|July 7, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Despite his too-dotty-to-lie persona, Ron Paul is not in fact on the level.
Abdul either provides heart or functions as the dotty aunt at the family picnic, depending on your point of view.
Judge Leslie is dotty on that subject, and so are a good many of the other old fossils of Rosewater.Ancestors|Gertrude Atherton
Dotty unrolled herself from the curtain with a triumphant smile.
Dotty tried to think there might be time enough, after all, to find the rings.
At the mention of rings, Dotty blushed, and stole a glance at Mrs. Allen.
Why, Dotty, I've excused you to Mrs. Pragoff, and it wouldn't be polite to go now.