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Spell Check of would

Correct spelling: would

Definition of would:

  1. Of Will; used as an auxiliary verb in conditional forms of speech; as, " I would go, if I could;" wish or pray, particularly in the phrases, " would to God," " would God we had died in Egypt;" wish to do or to have, as, what wouldst thou I You would go, or he would go, denotes simply an event under a condition or supposition.

Common misspellings for would:

bould, whould, sould, woued, dould, wauld, whoud, yould, nwould, woul'd, chould, whold, qould, woula.


Google Ngram Viewer results for would:

This graph shows how "would" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for would:

  1. How would that do? – Dorothy Dale at Glenwood School by Margaret Penrose
  2. Of course he would do anything for Mistress Royal, but this was not for her at all. –  by
  3. Would I like to see it? –  by

Quotes for would:

  1. If there ever was a poet for the working class Billy Joe Shaver and Merle Haggard would be my nomination.
  2. I figured my body always would be able to repair itself. I think all of us believe that- until you begin to age and get hit with deteriorating joints.
  3. I would kiss you, had I the courage.
  4. Wasim and Waqar were amazing bowlers. I would put them right up there with the best in the world.
  5. When I introduced a black soldier, Lt. Flap, in 1971, the Stars and Stripes banned the strip. They were having racial problems and thought it would increase the tensions.