from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Variant of bot1.
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- n. Alternative spelling of bot. (the larva of the botfly)
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See bot.
- n. The name given by lace-makers to the round cushion, held on the knee, on which the lace is woven.
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When you're going through a tough time and life keeps kicking you in the "bott".
Much debate about how a TV series can spawn tourist trails and how the characters infiltrate our thinking, who can have forgotten Mrs Pumphrey, the pampered Pekinese dog Tricki Woo and his regular bouts of flop-bott.
October 5, 2009 at 3:13 pm i is glad i bott candees frum wallmart an snuk dems in. faive dollur boks of woppur candies at moobee theeter? do not want!
Mii two, I gotta Squeak hoo is no afraid of no squirt bott.
Mai birfday is tmrw, an mai mommee bott me a card dat sez INCONCEIVABLE when u openz it!
And yet it is the bott fly of the Holy Ghost, unlistened to, that is the real cause of everything.
A mob is like a mass of bullocks driven to frenzy by some bott fly, and charging frantically against the tents of some herdsman, imagining that all the evil comes out of these tents.
I mentally lined this up with flop-bott among the new canine diseases and asked for more information.
And, best of all, "she clasped her hands together and her eyes widened," he hasn't gone flop-bott at all.
And best of all, "she clasped her hands together and her eyes widened," he hasn't gone flop-bott at all.