- v. Used to show there was possibility of something happening in the past, but it did not happen.
- Contraction of could have (Wiktionary)
“Well if you had it four feet off the ground, it very well could've been a deer.”
“I actually could've shot 2 does last year on my way back to the ATV, they were standing right next to it.”
“Basically, if somebody could've prevented it, I would sue 'em.”
“Yes | No | Report from muskiemaster wrote 12 weeks 2 days ago fifteen foot fly rod and just drop it on top of him. no I'm just kidding I don't know what you could've done, maybe if I had a 9-foot 5-weight, Temple Fork Outfitters fly rod I could go catch him for you, sometimes luck just isn't on your side.”
“I don't think any informed person didn't know we could've had Osama.”
“Reid could've gotten a little diriter with his comment, but decency prevailed.”
“They could've gotten all of that accomplished in the last 8 years, but did they????”
“Not sure if i could've. but what we really do not like is that she is not the brightest bulb in the bunch.”
“DeMint: Senate could've voted on TSA chief 'months ago”
“Looking at who could've been in your seat we love you even more, foot-in-mouth and all!!”
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