Sooth"fast` (?), a. [Sooth + fast, that is, fast or firm with respect to truth.]

Firmly fixed in, or founded upon, the thruth; true; genuine; real; also, truthful; faithful.

[Archaic] -- Sooth"fast`ness, n. [Archaic] "In very soothfastness."


Why do not you . . . bear leal and soothfast evidence in her behalf, as ye may with a clear conscience! Sir W. Scott.
<-- leal = loyal, but not marked as archaic in this work. -->


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Sooth"fast`, adv.

Soothly; really; in fact.


I care not if the pomps you show Be what they soothfast appear. Emerson.


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