that'll

that'll

(ˈðætəl)
contraction of
that will
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Isn't it my own swate silf now that'll missure the six fut, and the three inches more nor that, in me stockins, and that am excadingly will proportioned all over to match?
It'll be a dark night; I've got a horthe that'll do anything but thpeak; I've got a pony that'll go fifteen mile an hour with Childerth driving of him; I've got a dog that'll keep a man to one plathe four-and-twenty hourth.
I dare you to knock it off -- and anybody that'll take a dare will suck eggs.
Only in this case I guess it's me that'll do the plowin'," Billy approved.
That's not so bad," said the sergeant, reflecting; "even if I was forced to halt here nigh two hours, that'll do.
Tis him that'll put the fear of God in their rotten black hearts.
That's good, that'll do," said Passepartout to himself.
He wants one of the common kind, that has a mother instead of a Matron in it--folks, you know, that'll care.
Come, that'll do, you can go," said Stepan Arkadyevitch, blushing suddenly.
When your husband that'll be so soon, is here fur to take you home?
He's more a man than any pair of rats of you in this here house, and what I say is this: let me see him that'll lay a hand on him--that's what I say, and you may lay to it.
There'll be men in them days that'll laugh at our summer stratchin' an' ground-wallerin'.