Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)

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RADOTAGE, n. Disconnected mutterings. Sc. 1828  Scott Letters (Cent. Ed.) X. 473:
A dull letter . . . your kindness would at any rate tolerate as the radotage of an old friend.

[A coinage by Scott from O.Sc. radote, 1590, to mutter disconnectedly, O.Fr. radoter, id.]

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