dottily : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in a mildly insane manner
the old lady is beginning to behave quite dottily
- This was the Museum of Non-Objective Painting, set up and run by Solomon Guggenheim's mistress, the Baroness Hilla Rebay, whoin her dottily hierophantic devotion to the Great .
- No, emphatically not, would be the response of the dottily romanticizing tour guide Lettice, played by Maggie Smith in Lettice and Lovage, Shaffer's rambling but zesty comedy.