Soothsay

Sooth'say` intransitive verb [ Sooth + say ; properly to say truth, tell the truth.] To foretell; to predict. 'You can not soothsay .' Shak. 'Old soothsaying Glaucus' spell.' Milton.
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Soothsay

Sooth'say` noun 1. A true saying; a proverb; a prophecy. [ Obsolete] Spenser. 2. Omen; portent. Having « God turn the same to good soothsay Spenser.
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Soothsay

• (n.) Omen; portent. Having • (n.) A true saying; a proverb; a prophecy. • (v. i.) To foretell; to predict.
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