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Use "methinks" in a sentence
"Greenwich methinks is an extremely "/nasty/" place; but we had good cold chicken and strawberries."
"You do not thank me for using your rival so scurvily nor are not jealous of him, though your father thinks my intentions were not handsome towards you, which methinks is another argument that one is not to be one's own judge; for I am very confident they were, and with his favour shall never believe otherwise."
""To play at Shuttlecock methinks is the game now," says a character in The Two Maids of More Clacke, written by Robert Armin in 1609."