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VerbEdit

souloir

  1. (obsolete) To be in the habit of

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EtymologyEdit

From Old French soloir. Attested in the infinitive at least as early as 1537.

VerbEdit

souloir

  1. to have a custom; to do habitually
    • 1537, Cicero (original author), Epistres familiaires traduictz de latin en francois et nouvellement imprimez link
      les hommes disent souloir estre faulsement rapporté
      the men say that are habitually falsely reported

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