OTHER WORDS FROM jottingjotty, adjective
Words nearby jotting
How to use jotting in a sentence
Other popular apps that will sync between devices include Evernote for digital jottings, Skype for voice and video calls, Pocket Casts for podcasts, and Netflix for streaming videos.
Her lyrics are vulnerable but uncomplicated, as raw as journal jottings, or as slippery half-remembered inspirational quotes that floated out of the Internet and into the forefront of her consciousness.Adele’s ‘30’ has more to offer than dazzling sadness|Chris Richards|November 19, 2021|Washington Post
If Mark Zuckerberg’s “juvenile jottings” on privacy from 15 years ago still exist, they’re about to be pored over by lawyers.Zuckerberg’s Early Notes on Privacy Now Haunt Facebook in Suitfirstname.lastname@example.org (Unknown)|October 8, 2021|TechCrunch
Beard obliged by tearing off a piece of his tattered shirtsleeve and jotting down the ingredients.
He has evidently some deep problem in his mind, for he keeps a little note-book in which he is always jotting down something.Dracula|Bram Stoker
On the small platform two journalists in dress-coats and soft hats were jotting down the names of the notabilities who passed by.The conquest of Rome|Matilde Serao
Horbury made a hearty breakfast, opening letters, jotting down notes, talking of his plans as the meal proceeded.The Secret Glory|Arthur Machen
Peter Snipe, the novelist, got out a pad of paper and began jotting down impressions.West Wind Drift|George Barr McCutcheon
He drew out a note-book and began jotting down some ideas about the disposition of the five acres surrounding the house.The Squirrel-Cage|Dorothy Canfield