dote on / upon (v.) Old form(s): doate , doate on , doates vpon
be infatuated with, idolize
AYL I.ii.132[Rosalind to all, of the wrestling] Is there yet another dotes upon rib-breaking?
E3 II.i.213[King Edward to Countess] tell thyself a king doth dote on thee
E3 II.i.222[King Edward to Countess] Thou hear'st me say that I do dote on thee
E3 II.i.385[Warwick to Countess] The mighty King of England dotes on thee
Ham V.ii.186[Hamlet to Horatio, of Osrick] many more of the same bevy that I know the drossy age dotes on
Tem IV.i.231[Caliban to Stephano] What do you mean / To dote thus on such luggage?
TG IV.iv.79[disguised Julia to Proteus, of Silvia] You dote on her that cares not for your love
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