Third-person singular simple present indicative form of melt.(verb)
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Use "melteth" in a sentence
""melteth" (that is, casts out of metal) a graven image (that is, one of carved wood); so Jer 10: 14, "molten image." spreadeth it over -- (See on  Isa 30: 22). chains -- an ornament lavishly worn by rich Orientals (Isa 3: 18, 19), and so transferred to their idols."
"And trust no agent: for beauty is a witch Against whose charms faith melteth into blood."
"But as to the raw ambergris which is not swallowed, it floweth over the channel and congealeth on the banks and when the sun shineth on it, it melteth and scenteth the whole valley with a musk-like fragrance: then, when the sun ceaseth from it, it congealeth again."