Me*thinks" (?), v. impers. [imp. Methought (?).] [AS. þyncan to seem, m&emac; þynce&edh;, m&emac; þ&umac;hte, OE. me thinketh, me thoughte; akin to G. dunken to seem, denken to think, and E. think. See Me, and Think.]

It seems to me; I think. See Me.

[R., except in poetry.]

In all ages poets have been had in special reputation, and, methinks, not without great cause. Spenser.

 

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