- v. archaic Third-person singular simple present indicative form of say.
“Quoth Abu al-Hasan, "I have no need of thee; and as the byword sayeth in verse: ”
“Verily, so sayeth the master of leftwing gang signals.”
“Arthur Kirkland says: geokstr: Verily, so sayeth the master of leftwing gang signals.”
“Concerning further details deponent sayeth not, though he may hint that some of his plethoric national patriotism simmered down and leaked out of the bottom of his soul somewhere -- at least, since that experience he finds that he cares more for men and women and little children than for imaginary geographical lines.”
“Second (and on much more solid historical ground that the saucer story), Jefferson wrote the rules for both the House and Senate, about which the Constitution sayeth: “Each House may determine the Rules of its Proceedings …””
“But the American people are with me (sayeth any poll you wish to consult).”
“So sayeth Mikey man of Steele who never earns anything less than a 6-figure income.”
““Lets cut some spending and increase economic growth.” so sayeth the shitstain who cheerlead for bush when he was on 8 year spending orgy and destroyed our economy. you are hardly a credible source.”
“RantingTommy says: lol, Dow over 11,000, but “obama is taking over 515 of our economy!!!!” so sayeth crazy shelly”
“As ye have judged homosexuals, so shall ye be judged, thus sayeth the lord.”
Looking for tweets for sayeth.