might've

might've

(ˈmaɪtəv)
contraction of
might have
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And all we did was get together tonight, we might've drank, we might've smoked, but we showed love, we enjoyed the music and now we're gonna get home peacefully," he said.
that might've wrangled us by our ankles into undertows.
I think for a moment he might've thought I was but then said, 'Ah you're one of those lookalikes'.
One rather dour soul among us told us she might've known he could still annoy her even when he was sleeping.
That's how much everything costs at the store where Ichiko works in "100 Yen Love," a Japanese indie with the soul of a 1970s American film--a project that might've caught Hal Ashby's eye, for example--and a cast of wisecracking slackers who'd be right at home in "Clerks.
The pitch might've been Glee but it's better than that.
As for Steve, he's horrified she might've got preggers just to get back at him.
she might've complained about the smell but the smell is only near
If you're like us and try to keep tabs on the company, you might've heard KR Sridhar, CEO of California-based Bloom Energy, tell "60 Minutes'" Lesley Stahl that Wal-Mart had been testing his company's technology along with the likes of FedEx, Google, Ebay and Bank of America.
WENT AND CHECKED OUT Gore Girls show close to Halloween (I think the promoter might've thought they were a scary-theme band).
Though I see you no more that doesn't mean I don't ache to the core for what might've been