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.Ron Paul: Still a Bunco Artist|David Frum|January 11, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Abdul either provides heart or functions as the dotty aunt at the family picnic, depending on your point of view.Calling Paula's Bluff|Kim Masters|August 5, 2009|DAILY BEAST
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.