Definition of Soothsaid
1. soothsay [v] - See also: soothsay
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Soothsaid
Literary usage of Soothsaid
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1. The Inside Story of the Peace Conference by Emile Joseph Dillon (1920)
"One of the fourteen, it was soothsaid, must therefore be omitted—it might be, say, that of open covenants openly arrived at, or the freedom of the seas—in a ..."
2. The Ladies' Lexicon and Parlour Companion: Containing Nearly Every Word in by William Grimshaw (1870)
"To predict, to foru- tel. pr. par. soothsaying ; past, soothsaid: s. soothsayer. SOP. s. Any thing steeped in liquor, v. sop ; pr. par. sopping; past, ..."