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In 'Romeo and Juliet' what does the word forsooth mean?

Question #719. Asked by Amanda.
Last updated Sep 12 2021.

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It means in truth, no doubt or indeed.


Apr 05 2000, 11:21 PM
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Something akin to "indeed."

The Nurse is present, but says only "Ay, forsooth" when Capulet asks if Juliet has gone to Friar Laurence.



Response last updated by satguru on Sep 12 2021.
Jan 13 2008, 9:38 PM
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