what'll

what'll

(ˈʰwʌt l, ˈʰwɒt l, ˈwʌt l, ˈwɒt l)
contraction of what will or what shall: What'll I do and what'll she say?

what'll

(ˈwotl) what's (wots)
short for what shall / what will, what is / what has.
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The swag I gathered won't half square me up, and the first thing we know, my creditors-- well, you know what'll happen.
Oh, you'll see fighting this time, my boy, what'll be regular out-and-out fighting," added the tall soldier, with the air of a man who is about to exhibit a battle for the benefit of his friends.
She just tracks around with the boy and her nerves, trying to find out what'll amuse him, I guess.
All that troubles me is what'll happen if the old beggar-man -'
Can't exactly say what'll be done to him arter he's dead if he tells a lie to the gentlemen here, but believes it'll be something wery bad to punish him, and serve him right--and so he'll tell the truth.
I'll give you five pounds if you get me what'll send me to sleep all to-morrow - and to-morrow night
We're all living wonders, Major," he went on, turning to Thomson, "but if I don't get a Sole Colbert and a grill at the Savoy, and a front seat at the Alhambra, before many weeks have passed, I shall get stale--that's what'll happen to me.
An' in tin minutes' time what'll matter a frozen ear or so to poor Michael Dennin?
Now what'll he say when I tell him I'm a Presbyterian?
If he puts all he's got on now, when it ain't lower than twenty above, what'll he do later on when it goes down to fifty and sixty below?
Now, young Brown, come, what'll you sell me Harkaway for?
Ye can't tell what'll be happenin'," Louis went on, in response to my query for more definite information.

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