Ines up at the castle smelt of beer, and his eyelids were sottish.
See where the hosts of Allah charge upon The sottish infidel!
And can any be so sottish, as to think all those things the productions of chance?
One of these enjoyments is indolence itself,—a sottish, half-drunken indolence.
Gabriel strove to restrain himself from breaking out into brutal language about the sottish Malins and his pound.
It had been well for England if this sottish pedant had had no worse servants than Conway and Clarke.
It is the story of an unprincipled boy, a flighty young married woman, and a sottish husband.
Where should a man find any one so sottish as would make a doubt which of these to prefer in his choice?
Our intimacy became the closer, in proportion as we discovered the sottish habits and ignorance of those around us.
Our sottish and idle enthusiasts are to be reproved who call learning but a splendidum peccatum.