soothfast

soothfast

[sooth-fast, -fahst]
adjective Archaic.
1.
based on the truth; true.
2.
truthful; veracious.

Origin:
before 900; Middle English sothfast, Old English sōthfæst. See sooth, fast1

soothfastly, adverb
soothfastness, noun
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soothfast (ˈsuːθˌfɑːst)
 
adj
1.  truthful
2.  loyal; true
 
[from Old English sōthfæst; see sooth, fast1]

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