doting[ doh-ting ]SEE DEFINITION OF doting
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And how comes it she's so afraid of the soldiers, if she's doting?
Her hands were fumbling with the clothes of this doting rival.
I was pleased to notice that her nudity did not this time appeal to my doting madness.
The Pyramids themselves, doting with age, have forgotten the names of their founders.
I was never able to tell my fond and doting mother that I, like her, had taken a prize.
But for her to disregard the wishes of her own doting father was not to be thought of.
The trouble with the editor of the Express is, he had a doting ma.
Your words, my liege, do but show how old and weak and doting you are.
And if he be not at home, why should you lay a cover for him, you doting fool?
Fibsy, likewise was unprovided with parents, and lived with a doting aunt.
c.1200, "to be feeble-minded from age," from Middle Low German doten "be foolish," of unknown origin. Meaning "to be infatuated" is from late 15c. Related: Doted; dotes; doting.
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