Word of the Day – forsooth

forsooth-my-fellow-thespian-thy-post-will-go-unheeded-for-trolls-develop-thy-gameToday’s word is forsooth.  This archaic adverb was used to say “in truth”.  For instance, it was used in this sentence from Henry Fielding’s, The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling , 1749 : “…but he is a gentleman forsooth , though he had not cloths on his back when he came hither first…”

In truth, even with all the fancy language in the world, Ataxia SUCKS!

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