you could smell the whiskey on her sottish aunt's breath from a block away!
a comic actor who frequently played the sottish curmudgeon
Recent Examples on the WebSo long as those parties retained their strength and credibility, the loud-mouthery of its sottish president could be winced at, but need not inspire much worry.
David Frum, The Atlantic, 23 Oct. 2017
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