who'll

Related to who'll: you'll

who'll

 (ho͞ol)
Contraction of who will.

who'll

(huːl)
contraction of
who will or who shall

who'll

(hul)
contraction of who will or who shall.

who'll

short for who shall, who will.
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With these grey hairs of mine 'tis not worth while disputing, 'specially with a superior, who'll ne'er confess.
But there are plenty of people anywhere, who'll do that for you.
Is dat the gentleman-kinsman who'll make Sissy a lady?
Muff--you want a new coat, but I don't know who'll give it you, I'm sure;" and addressing her apparel with mournful humour, Dolly moved from the room.
But he's more than simply a good-natured fellow, as I've found out here--he's a cultivated man, too, and very intelligent; he's a man who'll make his mark.
Then, when he had finished, he clattered the steel and cleaver still more loudly, shouting lustily, "Now, who'll buy?
I need never want for men who'll take me to the theatre.
Who'll say as much as that, I should like to know; eh, Fagin?
Pickwick, 'a lively one, who'll teach him, I'll be bound, more tricks in a week than he would ever learn in a year.
And they're the sort of boys who'll be all the better friends now, which they wouldn't have been if they had been stopped, any earlier--before it was so equal.
There are 107,000 girls out of the 380,820 who'll live to 2077 - compared with 89,600 boys out of 401,630.
I'll be honest, I haven't got a clue who'll win the Premier League this season.

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