One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- archaic third person singular present of do
- ‘Not much of note, except for this section where methinks he doth protest too much about being more than just a legislator.’
- ‘That said, it seems to me that he doth protest too much.’
- ‘I'm not sure in which direction doth lie my home.’
- ‘Nay, we hurl the Truth against falsehood, and it knocks out its brain, and behold, falsehood doth perish!’
- ‘With it, the lame doth walk and the blind doth see.’
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