- r an archaic word originally meaning `in truth' but now usually used to express disbelief
- Distrait, Mark appealed to his friend, but Robert's letters brought no solaceonly the melancholy news that his own wife had left him, because forsooth he had been rude to an old .
- In a radio address on "Papal Pronouncements and American Foreign Policy," Bishop Hurley cried: "Crusade forsooth! Not God, but the enemy of God, wills it; its standard is not the .
- Ful wel, forsooth, she made hir .