would've

would've

(ˈwʊdəv)
contraction of
would have
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And that was the worst that would've happened to him if - "
Had the paragraph above been true, Tamblyn's comments would've likely made headline news.
It's a pretty nasty sickness but if I would've been able to get my voice to come through for me, the guys and I would've done the show tonight anyway,' Williams wrote.
Burton's 93-year-old father, Ray, told supervisors that his son would've had a huge smile on his face about receiving the proclamation.
If Shakespeare were to live in this digital age, he would've come up with an entirely different plot for some of his most brilliant works.
If offered a point before last weekend's game with Chelsea, I think most Evertonians would've snapped your hand off.
If offered a point before last weekend's game with Chelsea, I think most Evertonians would've snapped your hand off but there were a couple of moments that made me reflect on 'what if?
A Christmas episode with Santa Claus as a wizard sounds like it would've been a great "(http://www.
Maybe if they relaxed a little more their finish would've been better.
If it would've fallen on his head it would've knocked him clean out, so it doesn't bear thinking about what could've happened to Polly.
There was a big reason why I planned on racing at Austin last year and that's because I believed I would've been competitive.
Politically, it would've been nice not to have all these fights with the base, but I don't think the president would've been able to look himself in the mirror.
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