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Correct spelling for YOULD

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Possible correct spellings for yould

  • Old(Definition of old)
  • It is the same old thing.

  • Sold(Definition of sold)
  • By the by, i suppose you have heard that your old home has been sold?"

  • Cold(Definition of cold)
  • Don't you feel how cold it is?

  • Yolk(Definition of yolk)
  • Add one and one half cupfuls of sweet milk in which the well-beaten yolk of an egg has been stirred, and two tablespoonfuls of melted butter.

  • Hold(Definition of hold)
  • She had no will to hold him back.

  • Gould(Definition of gould)
  • By b. a. gould, 1869, p.

  • Mould(Definition of mould)
  • He does not refuse to see that nature and circumstances are strong to mould life.

  • Should(Definition of should)
  • Why should not they?

  • Gold(Definition of gold)
  • What do you think of my gold gown?"

  • Would(Definition of would)
  • She must tell-she would tell her.

  • Fold(Definition of fold)
  • One of our correspondents asks us if she should fold her napkin before leaving the table.

  • Bold(Definition of bold)
  • With a bold effort, i flung open my door, hurried down the stairs, and reached the hall.

  • Mouldy(Definition of mouldy)
  • It will dry out without growing; and, although the straw will be somewhat mouldy, the grain will be perfectly good, even when it has been so wet as to make the top of the shocks perfectly green with grown wheat.

  • Wold(Definition of wold)
  • The pure faint lines of the wold that he saw from his window on the far horizon, rising so peacefully above the level pasture-land, with the hedgerow elms-what did they stand for?

  • Yule(Definition of yule)
  • So, on christmas eve, instead of hallam hall and a yule log, i was in a gale plunging and pitching off the coast of ireland, and the only log on board was the one the captain kept to himself.

  • You'll
  • If yer touch me there you'll 'ave ter marry me.

  • Loud(Definition of loud)
  • It was at this they had laughed so loud, at the great folk's table.

  • Yowl(Definition of yowl)
  • Now, i heard him yowl, sharply, as though in pain.

  • Yelled(Definition of yelled)
  • That meeting where he yelled at me.

  • Yield(Definition of yield)
  • I would do nothing else, and he was obliged to yield.

  • You'd
  • "you'd better ask julius.

  • Could(Definition of could)
  • For she could never have come to love him.

  • Mold(Definition of mold)
  • There was a steady look in the gray eyes that scowled slightly under the intense glare, a sure movement of the hands that dropped the elongated roll into the mold.

  • Yowled
  • It seemed as though magically he had been transported out of the world where for years past he had lived with danger lurking at every turn, where men set watch about his house to trap him, where the denizens of the underworld yowled like starving beasts to sink their fangs in him, where the police were ceaselessly upon his trail to wreak an insensate vengeance upon him; it seemed as though he had been transported away from all that to something that he had dreamed might, perhaps, sometime happen, that he had hoped might happen, that he had longed for always, but now that it was his, that it also was full of the sense of the unreal.

  • Told(Definition of Told)
  • "an' be told yer're a blastid hidiot.

  • Fouled(Definition of fouled)
  • He interfered and fouled me.

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