truth, reality, or fact.
soothing, soft, or sweet.
true or real.
verb (used with object), soothed, soothing.
to tranquilize or calm, as a person or the feelings; relieve, comfort, or refresh:
soothing someone’s anger; to soothe someone with a hot drink.
to mitigate, assuage, or allay, as pain, sorrow, or doubt:
to soothe sunburned skin.
verb (used without object), soothed, soothing.
to exert a soothing influence; bring tranquillity, calm, ease, or comfort.
truth or reality (esp in the phrase in sooth)
true or real
(transitive) to make calm or tranquil
(transitive) to relieve or assuage (pain, longing, etc)
(intransitive) to bring tranquillity or relief
adjective, Archaic. 1. based on the truth; true. 2. truthful; veracious. adjective (archaic) 1. truthful 2. loyal; true
adjective 1. that soothes: a soothing voice. 2. tending to assuage pain: a soothing cough syrup. adjective 1. having a calming, assuaging, or relieving effect
verb (used without object), soothsaid, soothsaying. 1. to foretell events; predict. verb -says, -saying, -said 1. (intransitive) to predict the future
noun 1. a person who professes to foretell events. noun 1. a seer or prophet one who pretends to prognosticate future events. Baalam is so called (Josh. 13:22; Heb. kosem, a “diviner,” as rendered 1 Sam. 6:2; rendered “prudent,” Isa. 3:2). In Isa. 2:6 and Micah 5:12 (Heb. yonenim, i.e., “diviners of the clouds”) the […]