verb (used with object), lot·ted, lot·ting.
verb (used without object), lot·ted, lot·ting.
Origin of lot
Related formslot·ter, nounin·ter·lot, verb (used with object) in·ter·lot·ted, in·ter·lot·ting.sub·lot, nounun·lot·ted, adjective
Examples from the Web for lotted
I don't deny I lotted on her before she was took away, but I never want to think about her again; so you needn't come nor send.
On this occasion he had it all clean and prepared for the young friends, as he knew they lotted much on having a sail.The Pearl Box|"A Pastor"
He expected she would, sure as shootin'; lotted on it, they say.The Wooing of Calvin Parks|Laura E. Richards
She's outgrown most of her clothes, an' I'd 'lotted on having her sew some.Helen Grant's Schooldays|Amanda M. Douglas
So we lotted out the land, of which there is enough for hundreds, and began to build rude houses.Marie|H. Rider Haggard
British Dictionary definitions for lotted (1 of 3)
adverb (preceded by a) informal
verb lots, lotting or lotted
Word Origin for lot
British Dictionary definitions for lotted (2 of 3)
British Dictionary definitions for lotted (3 of 3)
Idioms and Phrases with lotted
see a lot; carry (a lot of) weight; cast one's lot with; fat chance (lot); have (a lot) going for one; have a lot on one's plate; leave a lot to be desired; quite a bit (lot); think a lot of.