won't

[wohnt, wuhnt]
contraction of will not: He won't see you now.
won't, wont.


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won't (wəʊnt)
 
contraction of
will not

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won't
contraction of will not, first recorded mid-15c. as wynnot, later wonnot (1584) before the modern form emerged 1667. See will.
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Example sentences
But far more are likely to be frightened, which is why she probably won't.
We think he avoids coming up so that his in-laws won't put him to work on
  something.
Finally, the time has come to run the race, which won't be easy.
Regular fliers won't be surprised by the report's negative tone.
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