Sooth"say` (?), v. i. [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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Sooth"say`, n.

1.

A true saying; a proverb; a prophecy.

[Obs.]

Spenser.

2.

Omen; portent. Having

God turn the same to good soothsay. Spenser.

 

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