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Definition of "forthy" [for•thy]

  • Therefore. (adverb)
  • For this, for this reason; on this account. (adverb)
  • Because, for sake, forwhy. (conjunction)
  • Since. (conjunction) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "forthy" in a sentence
  • "[Scanning her not unprosperous figure] I know his relations aren't very forthy about him."
  • "But look you here, ivery time a group was called up and the men was put back intil a later group, it made more men for the later groups, until, ye see, whin they called up the lasht group there 'd be forthy-wan times as many men at the ind as at the beginnin'."
  • "Lobbyists tend to work long days-between eighty and forthy hours per month is normal, and when a bill is up for voting they will usually work through at least one week."