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'twould — [twood] contraction Archaic it would … English World dictionary
'twould — archaic it would. Etymology: contr. * * * /twood/ contraction of it would. Usage. See contraction. * * * twould /twŭd/ (archaic or dialect) a contraction of it would * * * twould «twud; unstressed twuhd», it would. * * * … Useful english dictionary
'twould — /twood/ contraction of it would. Usage. See contraction. * * * … Universalium
'twould — contraction archaic it would … English new terms dictionary
'twould — [[t]twʊd[/t]] use contraction of it would … From formal English to slang
'twould — /twʊd/ (say twood) Archaic contraction of it would … Australian English dictionary
’twould — [two͝od] archaic contraction of it would … Useful english dictionary
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