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noun: sot; a habitual drunkard.

verb: sotting; drink habitually.

"the few reckless vagabonds with whom he sotted in the alehouse"

Origin; late Old English sott ‘foolish person’, from medieval Latin sottus, reinforced by Old French sot ‘foolish’. The current sense of the noun dates from the late 16th century.

noun: **sot**; a habitual drunkard. verb: **sotting**; drink habitually. "the few reckless vagabonds with whom he sotted in the alehouse" Origin; late Old English sott ‘foolish person’, from medieval Latin sottus, reinforced by Old French sot ‘foolish’. The current sense of the noun dates from the late 16th century.

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