woold

Related to woold: Woolf

woold

(wuːld)
vb (tr)
to wind or bind a rope round (something)
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Those who would be dismissed woold face accessory penalties such as disqualification from holding public office, forfeiture of retirement benefits, and prohibition from taking the civil service examination or cancellation of eligibility.
FOR THE ENTIRE YEAR before our DIY PUBLIC-LAND BOWHUNT FOR ELK, I KEPT THINKING TO MYSELF, I WILL BE HUNTING ELK ON MY BIRTHDAY, HOW NEAT WOOLD IT BE..
O bot yoo coold wroto o wholo novol thos woy ond ot woold bo protto ooso to rood.
GovervmevVetity, the grid, and the beginnings of a spettet history of the geo-coded woold. Tese de doutorado (Ph.D) em Geografia.
REGARDING YOUR SUGGESTION THAT I MAY BE A CATTLE - RVSTLING VARMINT, I WOOLD REITERATE MY EARLIER POSITION ON CONNECTION WITH THE HORES YOU RODE IN ON ...
Edmund Kerry assessed the advantages and disadvantages of involvement and did more than just speak: he tried to hold one of the players, who threatened him: "kerrie tooke one of the players in his armes & woold haue Stayed hym but one ran at hym with his sworde and he feering some daunger to hym selfe lett thother goe and filed hym selfe" (Galloway, Norwich 72).
4) Sonne, I woold with all my heart have come unto you, if I did thinke I could have donne you any good, but I am ...
Fishmonger Tim Woold ridge (right), shows off his produce with market manager Ian Davies
Next time Great Britain go to 'war' against Australia (and a Test between the woold rivals is about as near as you can get to war in a sporting contest), who would you like doing battle for you?
EB: Sorvivors often say nothing aboot their tragic experience, becaose people do not listen to them, or they do not want to remember their sofferings and they want to spare their relatives the indirect sofferings that woold ondermine their trost in homan beings and in the world.
During the performance of the Queen's Men's 'play in the yard at the red lyon in St Sephans' on 15 June, there was a 'quarreling' when 'one wynsdon would have intred in at the gate but woold not haue payed vntyll he had been within'.