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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Some day, mark my words, he'll get his time, an' then what'll we do?
"What'll the other people in the house say to my being here?" she asked suddenly.
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."
"What'll you give me if I tell yer where it is?" said a sharp-faced boy among the crowd.
"Well, if she ain't, nobody knows what'll become of the rest of us," grinned Timothy.
That's the worst on't wi' crossing o' breeds: you can never justly calkilate what'll come on't.
don't be in a hurry," breaks in Flashman; "what'll you sell Wanderer for now?"
"Now, young Brown, come, what'll you sell me Harkaway for?
She said, herself, one soul was worth more than the world; and this boy has a soul, and if I let him be carried off, who knows what'll become of it?
"What'll you take for the dog?" Daughtry demanded, as they drew near--this the cue he had trained Michael to know.
"It's all to do over again, checkers and everything - an' what'll he say to me?"

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