must've

must've

(ˈmʌstəv)
contraction of
must have
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Words can't describe the pain and hurt in my heart right now thinking of his poor soul and the burden he must've carried deep within.
Having clearly set phrases to stun, he shot back: "Don't be jelly, Mark!" Mark must've felt the full, um, force of the insult as he blasted: "#LIVELONGANDUNFOLLOWME".
/ Sunshine on the street at the parade / But you would rather be in the dark ages / Makin' that sign must've taken all night."
However, Dave Anderson's December "The Pros and Cons of the AR" was long on the "pros." The "cons" must've been left on the cutting-room floor.
While Jean and Kat arrive home and realise Hayley must've gone into labour, she's forced to abandon the cab, take refuge, and prepare to give birth alone.
Salvador surmised that Panganiban must've been carried away as is common during interviews.
The broadcaster, whose career also spans the news and current affairs show Nationwide and Radio 4's PM programme, said: "She must've heard of it.
He must've reached but is unaware where his mother is staying since there are a lot of hotels in the vicinity."
"I heard the fire engines and banging on the gate - they must've been trying to break the lock of the gate.
I think it: that he must've had a good reason after all.
The clubgoer, wearing a white t-shirt and black and red shorts, didn't seem distracted by the loud music and one eyewitnesses says it "must've been a proper page turner".
"But they must've been alongside our boat for the best part of half an hour.