sufficeth : Common Errors in English

About sufficeth

“Sufficeth” is just an old spelling of “suffices,” commonly used in the King James translation of the Bible and other Renaissance religious texts. People often use it in a joking manner to give their writing a semi-Biblical air, especially in the phrase “it sufficeth to say.” But they sound clumsy rather than clever when they omit the “it” and begin the phrase thus “Sufficeth to say. . . .” “Sufficeth” is a verb; it requires a subject.
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