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[hool] /hul/
contraction of who will or who shall: Who'll mind the store?
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Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2014.
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  • There isn't exactly a lack of precedent for people supporting strongmen who'll promise to put food on the table.
  • It's you who'll have to do the lying, since it must be done.
  • The local adjuncts are the ones who'll stay forever.
  • She should bring a friend, who'll wait outside his office.
  • There are hundreds of other people applying for the same jobs who'll be glad to have the pool a little smaller.
  • They will have alumni who'll write checks to create endowed chairs and gorgeous buildings.
  • Oh and by the way there are some donors who'll fund your initiative if you get into action.
  • who'll be paying their usual taxes, all quite legally of course.
  • There won't be an independent public editor who'll take the staff to task when they've behaved badly.
  • Unfortunately, there are a lot of folks who'll resist giving up their internal combustion engines.
British Dictionary definitions for who'll


who will or who shall
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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