Definition of dotish in English:

dotish

Line breaks: dot¦ish
Pronunciation: /ˈdəʊtɪʃ
 
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adjective

archaic or West Indian
Stupid or silly: dotish foreign TV programmes
More example sentences
  • This ministry thinks parents and children are dotish, therefore they can treat us like fools and we should accept this treatment.
  • I could tell you that Mr Panday is one of the few persons without a racist bone in his body, and he is fed up with al this dotish racism talk.
  • The fisherfolk there know that, which is why they did not mount an armada and head for Tobago after her dotish talk.

Origin

early 16th century: from obsolete dote 'folly' + -ish1.

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