American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Muddled or stupefied, especially with liquor; besotted.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Besotted; befooled.
- adj. stupefied, especially with liquor.
GNU Webster's 1913
“I would strongly suggest to Mr. Greer that he keep his fascist-indoctrinated, ritalin-sotted brats away from my children in Florida's socialist (public) schools.”
“Up until now, “Why would anyone want to own all three films in the Matrix trilogy?” has been one of those unanswerable questions like “what happens to you after you die?” best puzzled over by absinth-sotted philosophers.”
“This foolish and contemptible product of years wasted in mining the shafts of indignation has been published by the cow-besieged, basketball-sotted sleep-away camp for hick bourgeois offspring, Indiana University, under the aegis of its University Press, a traditional dumping ground for academic deadwood so bereft of talent, intelligence, and endeavor as to be useless even in the dull precincts of midwestern state college classrooms.”
“Boredom is the problem, they have the basics and then some, food, clothing, housing, sex, and money leftover to get sotted and lack the gray matter of what to do with their time.”
“The results of that survey could be construed to mean that post-bailout America is truly 'best symbolized' by a power-sotted corporation that exploits its workers, drains our manufacturing base, hammers our trade deficit, and floods our markets with cheap sweatshop products from China.”
“We couldn't get ourselves to leave that record store, and instead sat around on these enormous comfortable old sofas absorbing the music like bees sotted on honey.”
“And I have to admit I immediately grew lonesome for lovely Penny, the Helen of our poetry world, and could only think about those lovely nipples of hers during the rest of the beer-sotted evening, how they wobbled when she moved.”
“The palace of the Sylphides was a tavern, and Clarice, the neglected fiancee of besotted Eraste, made an appearance as a laundress, boxed her sylph-sotted betrothed about the ears, then pulled him off stage to the applause of the audience.”
“She's welcome to ye, sotted sprout! mielikki said...”
“Uh huh; non-stop 80s music blasted onto dance floor where sotted revelers tottered on too-high heels in too-tight dresses?”
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Words from the works of Peter Reading - at least one from each (except the Schwitters-esque erosions, cut-ups etc).
Just another arbitrary list of words that come up for me today, June 20 2007
notanotherjazzpoet had a very promising list which appears to have petered out. Yes, tosspots: descriptions of being drunk. Walk five metres on the white line then leave your suggestions right here.
A list of words whose meanings I am learning, either because a) I don't know the meaning b) I know the meaning, but could stand to better appreciate certain inflections or secondary meanings or c) ...
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