an interior pocket with edging or stitching around the opening.
to intoxicate or stupefy with drink. to make stupid or foolish: The stories had besotted her mind with fear and superstition. to infatuate; obsess: Youth and beauty have a tendency to besot middle-aged men; charm and tenderness does it for women of all ages. Historical Examples Mr. Dooley Says Finley Dunne Voltaire’s Philosophical Dictionary Voltaire […]
intoxicated; drunk: We found him besotted with wine. infatuated or obsessed: a besotted mom and her new baby; They had one date and he was utterly besotted. Historical Examples The Black Arrow Robert Louis Stevenson The Infant’s Skull Eugne Sue adjective stupefied with drink; intoxicated infatuated; doting foolish; muddled adj.
to speckle. Historical Examples Infinite Intruder Alan Edward Nourse v.
a female given name, form of Elizabeth. Elizabeth Virginia Wallace (“Bess”) 1885–1982, U.S. First Lady 1945–53 (wife of Harry S Truman). Harry S, 1884–1972, 33rd president of the U.S. 1945–53. a male given name. Contemporary Examples Why Was Bess Myerson the First and Last Jewish Miss America? Emily Shire January 6, 2015 Why Was Bess […]