stupefied with or as if with drink; drunken.
given to excessive drinking.
- sot·tish·ly, adverb
- sot·tish·ness, noun
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How to use sottish in a sentence
Instead of his former gracefulness, he appeared sottish and vulgar, which made me extremely reserved with him.The Confessions of J. J. Rousseau, Complete | Jean Jacques Rousseau
Where should a man find any one so sottish as would make a doubt which of these to prefer in his choice?
Deering's grin was sottish, the fellow was grossly fat, and he fixed his greedy glance on Stannard's note-book.Northwest! | Harold Bindloss
And therefore, Secondly, Wilt thou be so sottish and unwise, as to venture thy soul upon a little uncertain time?The Heavenly Footman | John Bunyan
The idea of making war can nowadays only enter the brain of a sottish bourgeois or a belated romantic.The Revolt of the Angels | Anatole France