Adjective(1) informal or slang terms for mentally irregular(2) intensely enthusiastic about or preoccupied with
(1) Sheep wandered in and out like slightly dotty long-term guests who haven't noticed that their hosts have left.(2) His dotty malapropisms often misrepresent him as a man closer to senility than sense but, at 69, he is still sharp enough to be able to match Fergie in the mental boxing ring.(3) In those months, Plath lived above a slightly dotty old man who was one of the unreliable narrators of the Plath legend and the last person to see her alive (he is played here by Gambon).(4) The Suimin, or sleep room, is one of those slightly dotty inventions that the Japanese seem to specialise in, a hi-tech bedroom that offers sleep-deprived Tokyoites at least a few minutes of unbroken slumber.(5) And is it better to have one sane and one mad mother/mother-in-law, or is better that they are both equally just slightly dotty ?(6) He painted a delightful, if slightly dotty , portrait of him in the early decades of the twentieth century.(7) She's eccentric but never dotty and, unlike some Arcatis, her femininity is never in doubt.(8) I want to see those great windows again; it's 25 years since I was last there: a dingy neoclassical mansion with two elderly Gore-Booth sisters and a slightly dotty and antique brother showing visitors around.(9) It's just as dotty to say short people are more at risk because they are nearer bus exhaust pipes.(10) They do it on purpose, I know they do, so as firmly to establish your new status as a slightly dotty old age pensioner, grateful for anything you can get but never quite understanding it, and completely uncertain about everything.(11) His dotty brand of bush psychology didn't deserve a response - not even a laugh.(12) In the scenes in which she was abused by the vindictive villagers, Doone gave a moving representation of the ruffled pride of the old and slightly dotty .(13) Back then, he seemed to be living on another planet, a delightfully dotty and scholarly man untouched by the more mundane aspects of the modern world.(14) We were considered dotty then to have put a gallery in Collingwood.(15) A grand-daughter helping her slightly dotty grand-dad tie his tie is the sort of schmaltz that sucks me in.(16) Each life discussed here is, in its own way spectacular, a far cry from the popular image of the Victorian female folklorist as a harmless, if slightly dotty , amateur sitting at home waxing lyrical about fairies and Morris dancing.
1. wild ::
2. gaga ::
3. crazy ::
Different Formsdotted, dotting, dotty
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