dot

All Noun Verb
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  • These trees can be found dotted throughout the city to this very day.
  • She had lost a kind husband, her child would miss a doting father. Cited from Queen Victoria V1, by Sarah Tytler
  • It would break my heart and kill your mother, who dotes upon you. Cited from Rabbi and Priest, by Milton Goldsmith
  • My mother doted on her own image in her daughter and in me. Cited from Arthur Mervyn, by Charles Brockden Brown
  • The doting mother thought it not at all strange that they all helped him. Cited from Main-Travelled Roads, by Hamlin Garland
  • If there are more characters than three after the final dot, only the first three are used.
  • A small dot appears after the fifth character on the third line.
  • The other two guns do the same for the red and green dots.
  • As she grows up he dotes upon her so far as he can.
  • But look at the cross in the middle and you will see a green dot moving around.
  • He had children whom he loved, and a wife on whom he doted. Cited from Sketches by Boz, pseudonym of Charles
  • He was said to be quite young, perhaps the child of doting parents. Cited from Life in Mexico, by Frances Calder¢n De La Barca
  • His wife, whom he doted on, converted to his church in later life.
  • When they reached Dot's house no one was at the door to meet them. Cited from Five Little Friends, by Sherred Willcox Adams
  • In her doting thought her Dick would make any woman happy as his wife. Cited from Bred in the Bone, by James Payn
  • A number of public and private high schools dot the province.
  • Taking a few "red-dotted" books home, he discovered money inside all three of them.
  • Dot's no girl to care such a lot about money. Cited from The Brown Study, by Grace S. Richmond
  • Today nothing remains of its residential past, the area is dotted with modern high-rise buildings.
  • How has she loved, how has she doted upon you! Cited from The Coquette, or The History of Eliza Wharton, by Hannah Webster Foster
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Meaning of dot

  • noun The shorter of the two telegraphic signals used in morse code
  • verb Scatter or intersperse like dots or studs
    Hills constellated with lights
  • verb Make a dot or dots
  • verb Mark with a dot
    dot your `i's