a habitual or chronic drunkard
a person stupefied by or as if by drink
[Old English, from Medieval Latin
) indeed: used to contradict a negative statement:
I am not! — You are sot!
[a variant of
, altered to rhyme with
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Sot it's not in the galactic plane but slightly above it.
What you say about chiropractic is obviously your opinion, not statements about facts, sot it is no reason to bother about that.
There appears to be some public interest in the millionaire and his millions, how he sot them and what he does with them.
The laborers had grown violent, smashing open several bales of sot weed and boldly liberating its contents.