verb (impersonal); past me·thought [mi-thawt]. /mɪˈθɔt/. Archaic.
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Methinks its owner doth protest too much—but wearing such a thing in 1968, he might have had no choice.
We are not beholden to, thee for anything, for thy debt is paid to thee to the full; which methinks were very bold words.Diary of Samuel Pepys, Complete|Samuel Pepys
But pray be brief, and let me know the happy Occasion of this your sudden Return, I long methinks to hear it.The City Bride (1696)|Joseph Harris
"The punishment, methinks, exceeds the offence:" this was the reflection which Charles formed on that occasion.
How now, Thorward, methinks an evil spirit doth possess thee!
My knowledge of war is not great,” said the man, who was quite a youth, “but methinks it is like to improve now.