Word of the Week Wednesday

be·sot·ted (biˈsätid), adjective
1: To become foolish or confused as a result of infatuation, smitten

Origin of BESOT

be- + sot (to stultify)

First Known Use: 1567
infatuated, charmed, captivated, beguiled, doting, smitten, bewitched, bowled over (informal), spellbound, enamoured, hypnotized, swept off your feet He was completely besotted.

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