Definition of sooth in English:
noun[mass noun] archaic
Old English sōth (originally as an adjective in the sense 'genuine, true'), of Germanic origin.
- In truth; really.Example sentences
- Knight Ortwin of Metz then spake: ‘His great prowess shall not in sooth avail him aught.’
- Nevertheless this same senator was a full worthy, noble warrior, in sooth, and his death was full great pity.
- But in sooth the hours of that day were worse to wear than any day there had yet been.
Definition of sooth in:
- US English dictionary