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Difference between 'Sooth' and 'Soothe'

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Sooth is a noun and means truth.

Soothe is a verb and means 'to calm','to console'.

Sample Usage

1. Sooth to say,he was indeed a perfect gentle knight.
2. In sooth.

1. The gentle breeze produced a soothing influence on my heat oppressed brain.
2. She was so upset that it took half an hour to soothe her.

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