vb. (en-archaic third-person singular of: cease)
Usage examples of "ceaseth".
The heart that is blest with the glories of heaven ceaseth not to remember and to love the beauties of this world.
Progression ceaseth not until the goal Of all perfection stop the running soul, Whither through life its aspirations tend.
Mansour: 'It is the favour of man which giveth beauty and comeliness to woman, as the stream glitters no longer when the sun ceaseth to shine.
There, where the state ceaseth there only commenceth the man who is not superfluous: there commenceth the song of the necessary ones, the single and irreplaceable melody.
Blessed be Thou, O my God, because though I be unworthy of all Thy benefits, Thy bountiful and infinite goodness never ceaseth to do good even to ingrates and to those who are turned far from Thee.