adjective, dot·ti·er, dot·ti·est. Informal.
Origin of dotty1
adjective, dot·ti·er, dot·ti·est.
Origin of dotty2
Related Words for dottyabsurd, daft, demented, disturbed, eccentric, foolish, goofy, loony, nuts, nutty, odd, peculiar, queer, ridiculous, strange, twisted, unconventional, weird
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Contemporary Examples of dotty
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
July 7, 2013
Abdul either provides heart or functions as the dotty aunt at the family picnic, depending on your point of view.Calling Paula's Bluff
August 5, 2009
Historical Examples of dotty
Dotty was giving an extra touch to her chignon, and Prudy trying on her cap.
Dotty unrolled herself from the curtain with a triumphant smile.
Why, Dotty, I've excused you to Mrs. Pragoff, and it wouldn't be polite to go now.
But, Dotty, why do you want to go back to auntie's to-night?
"There, she's lost her senses; I knew she would," said Dotty, walking the floor.