[ UK /fɔːsˈuːθ/ ]
  1. an archaic word originally meaning `in truth' but now usually used to express disbelief
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How To Use forsooth In A Sentence

  • So that there on her head sang the ring-sword forsooth The Tale of Beowulf Sometime King of the Folk of the Weder Geats
  • You might then talk, forsooth, to the macaronies of Maryland, of your daughter the Richard Carvel — Volume 03
  • Instant, I was forsooth scared in my innermost only possess any other bitterness and haze, Even if modicum can makes myself incapable give melody music comeliness encounter.
  • Why must my name forsooth be given up to the Commander-in-Chief as that of the most guilty of the grumblers? The Virginians
  • The lad might daub his canvases, christen a child a year, and be as happy as any young donkey that browses on this common of ours — but he must go and heehaw after a zebra forsooth! The Newcomes
  • Forsooth, these Darlings are nothing more, to their contemptuous certainty, than the offset of some court favorite, too low to have won nobility, in the reign of some light-affectioned king. Springhaven
  • Forsooth, so weary were we with sorrow, and our hunger was now quenched, that we laid us down and slept at once, and forgat our troubles. The Water of the Wondrous Isles
  • Forsooth , each one of them wants to be given scrolls (of revelation) spread out!
  • Levite, forsooth, has the impudence to tell me that I don’t understand Hebrew; and affirms that the word Benoni signifies The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle
  • Then the young men ran afoot before her for the prize of a belt and knife, and forsooth she wotted well that were she to run against them with trussed-up skirts she would bear off the prize; but she had no heart thereto, for amidst them all, and her new friendships, she had grown shamefast, and might play the wood-maiden no longer. The Water of the Wondrous Isles
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