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Definition of "saith" []

  • Archaic A third person singular present tense of say. (verb)

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Use "saith" in a sentence
  • "They commiserate also my accidents and chances: — but MY word saith:"
  • "King Bucar ordered his tents to be pitched round about Valencia, and Abenalfarax, who wrote this history in Arabic, saith that there were full fifteen thousand tents; and he bade that Moorish negress with her archers to take their station near the city."
  • "They commiserate also my accidents and chances: - but my word saith: "Suffer the chance to come unto me: innocent is it as a little child!""
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