Dote

• (v. i.) To be weak-minded, silly, or idiotic; to have the intellect impaired, especially by age, so that the mind wanders or wavers; to drivel. • (n.) An imbecile; a dotard. • (v. i.) To be excessively or foolishly fond; to love to excess; to be weakly affectionate; -- with on or upon; as, the mother dotes on her child. • (v. ...
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dote

1. To act foolishly. 'He wol make him doten anon right.' (Chaucer) ... 2. To be weak-minded, silly, or idiotic; to have the intellect impaired, especially by age, so that the mind wanders or wavers; to drivel. 'Time has made you dote, and vainly tell Of arms imagined in your lonely cell.' (Dryden) 'He survived the use of his reason, grew infatuated...
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dote

verb be foolish or senile due to old age
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Dote

Dote intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Doted ; present participle & verbal noun Doting .] [ Middle English doten ; akin to OD. doten , Dutch dutten , to doze, Icelandic dotta to nod from sleep, ...
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Dote

Dote noun [ See Dot dowry.] 1. A marriage portion. [ Obsolete] See 1st Dot , noun Wyatt. 2. plural Natural endowments. [ Obsolete] B. Jonson.
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dote

show much fondness center one's attention 
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dote

shower with love; show excessive affection for
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dote

shower with love; show excessive affection for
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Dote

Span. Law. The property which the wife gives to the husband on account of marriage. It is divided into adventitia and profectitia; the former is the dote which the father, grandfather, or other of the ascendants in the direct paternal line, give of their own property to the husband; the latter is that property which the wife gives to the husband or...
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Dote

the name given to timber surfaces which have just started to break down due to fungal decay but which are still structurally sound. Also known as incipient decay. Timbers so affected are sometimes referred to as 'dosy' See Dry Rot/Wet Rot.
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dote

[v] - be foolish or senile due to old age 2. [v] - shower with love
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