What’s the difference between sooth and soothe?
Sooth is a noun meaning truth. It’s an old-fashioned word, as in: For sooth, man, I have long pledged my allegiance to the king.
Soothe is a verb meaning to ease pain or to comfort: She bathed his wound in warm water and then bandaged it with clean cloth.
He lay back on the couch and allowed the soft music to soothe his jangled nerves.