sot (n.) Old form(s): sottes
blockhead, idiot, dolt
CE II.ii.203[Luciana to Dromio of Syracuse] thou slug, thou sot
Cym V.v.178.1[Iachimo to Cymbeline, of Posthumus] his description / Proved us unspeaking sots
KL IV.ii.8[Oswald to Gonerill, of Albany] he called me sot
MW III.i.106[Caius to Evans, as if to the Host] Have you make-a de sot of us
Tem III.ii.94[Caliban to Stephano, of Prospero] possess his books, for without them / He's but a sot
TN I.v.116[Sir Toby to Feste] How now, sot! [also: drunkard]
TN V.i.194[Sir Toby to Feste] Sot, didst see Dick Surgeon, sot?
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