goeth


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goeth

(ˈɡəʊɪθ)
vb
an archaic form of the third person singular of go1
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And just as at night, when they are in bed and hear a man abroad long before sunrise, so they ask themselves concerning us: Where goeth the thief?
I love him whose soul is deep even in the wounding, and may succumb through a small matter: thus goeth he willingly over the bridge.
Every one wanteth the same; every one is equal: he who hath other sentiments goeth voluntarily into the madhouse.
More dangerous have I found it among men than among animals; in dangerous paths goeth Zarathustra.
For these winding, and crooked courses, are the goings of the serpent; which goeth basely upon the belly, and not upon the feet.
Fly to a brother's aid whoever he may be, exhort him who goeth astray, raise him that falleth, never bear malice or enmity toward thy brother.
I will learn the spirit that goeth with burdens that have not honor.
"The smoke of her burning goeth up for ever and ever!" he shouted.
He witnesses a massacre ordered by SS officer Amon Goeth (Ralph Fiennes) and is deeply affected by the haunting image of lifeless young girl in a red coat.
His breath goeth forth, he returneth to his earth; in that very day his thoughts perish." The first bit couldn't be more true.
The biblical phrase people often use in such situations is "pride goeth before a fall." But it doesnteth, doth it?
The gates are Close Gate "from a street called the Close, which goeth up to a place of recreation called the Forth".