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Correct spelling for SHOULDA
We think the word shoulda is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for shoulda
- Shield(Definition of shield)
- Shout(Definition of shout)
- Shoaled(Definition of Shoaled)
- Sold(Definition of sold)
- Shoal(Definition of shoal)
- Shoulders(Definition of shoulders)
- Should(Definition of should)
- Shoulder(Definition of shoulder)
- Hold(Definition of hold)
- Shod(Definition of shod)
- Shroud(Definition of shroud)
This man had loved her, and he would take her up and shield her against the hate of the world.
In vain did they shout to him: "stop, monsieur; stop at once!
There were no natives to be seen, or any signs of them; therefore, tempted by the possibilities which the exploration of the river held out to them, they entered and sailed up it until it shoaled so much and its bed became so obstructed with rocks that the boat could proceed no farther.
Boris is too proud to take money from thee and i will not be sold to any man!
So winds the delectable river- "through hollow lands and hilly lands"- idly where the vale spreads out, quickly where the hills close in; black and mysterious in the deep places, frank and golden in the shoal.
The gambler shrugged his shoulders.
The world's on someone else's shoulders Leave it there 'til it gets colder– Two And Two by jesus jones
You should 'a seen him.
But harry's "wait a moment, clare, i want to talk," called her back, and she stood by the door looking over her shoulder at him.
He took hold of her left hand with his right.
Whang stamped his iron-shod hoofs.
Then i looked for joe, remembering; but he had put my coat back over me, and lay stiff and still under the snow that covered him like a shroud, all except his face.