besottedness

  • 1 Besottedness — Besotted Be*sot ted, a. Made sottish, senseless, or infatuated; characterized by drunken stupidity, or by infatuation; stupefied. Besotted devotion. Sir W. Scott. {Be*sot ted*ly}, adv. {Be*sot ted*ness}, n. Milton. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2 besottedness — noun The state or quality of being besotted …

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  • 3 besottedness — besottˈedness noun • • • Main Entry: ↑besot …

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  • 4 besot — besottedly, adv. besottedness, n. besottingly, adv. /bi sot /, v.t., besotted, besotting. 1. to intoxicate or stupefy with drink. 2. to make stupid or foolish: a mind besotted with fear and superstition. 3. to infatuate; obsess: He is besotted by …

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  • 5 drunkenness — Synonyms and related words: Dutch courage, a high, alcoholism, befuddlement, besottedness, bibulousness, compotation, crapulence, crapulency, crapulousness, dipsomania, dizziness, drinking, ebriosity, excess, excessiveness, extravagance, fuddle,… …

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  • 6 fuddle — Synonyms and related words: Dutch courage, a high, addle, addle the wits, amaze, baffle, ball up, bamboozle, beat, becloud, bedazzle, befuddle, befuddlement, besottedness, bewilder, bewilderment, boggle, booze up, boozify, bother, botheration,… …

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  • 7 hangover — Synonyms and related words: Dutch courage, a high, afterlife, befuddlement, besottedness, drunkenness, following, fuddle, fuddledness, fuddlement, future time, inebriation, inebriety, insobriety, intoxication, katzenjammer, lateness, morning… …

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  • 8 high — Synonyms and related words: Dutch courage, Gymnasium, Hydromatic, Latin school, Olympian, Realgymnasium, Realschule, a bit much, a high, abandoned, above, abovestairs, academy, accented, acme, acute, aerial, afflicted, aged, aggrandized, agog,… …

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  • 9 inebriation — Synonyms and related words: Dutch courage, a high, befuddlement, besottedness, drunkenness, fuddle, fuddledness, fuddlement, hangover, inebriety, insobriety, intoxication, katzenjammer, morning after, pot valiance, pot valor, sottedness,… …

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  • 10 insobriety — Synonyms and related words: Dutch courage, a high, befuddlement, besottedness, drunkenness, fuddle, fuddledness, fuddlement, hangover, inebriation, inebriety, intoxication, katzenjammer, morning after, pot valiance, pot valor, sottedness,… …

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  • 11 infatuation — n. Folly, foolishness, stupefaction, besottedness, arrant folly, passionate absorption, senseless prepossession …

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  • 12 love — 1. noun 1) his friendship with Helen grew into love Syn: deep affection, fondness, tenderness, warmth, intimacy, attachment, endearment; devotion, adoration, doting, idolization, worship; passion, ardor, desire, lust …

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  • 13 infatuation — n 1. stultification; captivation, allurement, beguilement, ensorcellment, mesmerization, hypnotization. 2. foolishness, besottedness, self deception, self delusion, blindness; dotage, fondness; fanaticism, over zealousness, over eagerness,… …

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  • 14 insobriety — n 1. drunkenness, intoxication, inebriety, inebriation, intemperance, sottedness, besottedness, tipsiness; alcoholism, chronic alcoholism, dipsomania, habitual drunkenness, bibulousness, bibulosity, bibacity, bibaciousness, crapulence, crapulency …

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  • 15 intoxication — n 1. drunkenness, insobriety, inebrie ty, inebriation, intemperance, sottedness, besottedness, tipsiness; alcoholism, chronic alcoholism, dipsomania, habitual drunkenness, bibulousness, bibulosity, bibacity, bibaciousness, crapulence, crapulency …

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  • 16 love — 1. noun 1) a friendship that blossomed into love Syn: infatuation, adoration, attachment, devotion, fondness, tenderness, warmth, intimacy, passion, desire, lust, yearning, besottedness 2) her love of fashion …

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