- From wouldn't (would + -n’t) + -'ve. (Wiktionary)
“If my experience 'd been vast, or even normal, I'm sure the thought of sex wouldn't've been at all dominant in me today.”
“This and the fort hood attack wouldn't've happened on Bush's watch.”
“So I wouldn't've wanted the characters changed too much.”
“ If I hadn't been sitting right next to her, I wouldn't've minded calling her up on my cellphone to talk to her.”
“If I did I wouldn't've liked Hellboy or any of the Harry Potter movies (which at the moment the only one I hate is Order of the Phoenix, that's not important here.)”
“I wouldn't've appreciated this when I was 20 or 30, but I loved it when reading it earlier this year.”
“Ash. If he'd wanted to do it for the money he wouldn't've made Clerks II and would've just done Green Hornet instead.”
“But the answer is "no", he wouldn't've had a problem with it, if it occurred on his watch.”
“If I didn't, maybe I wouldn't've lost all those other things.”
“I wouldn't've believed it either, Armor," he said.”
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Suffix-Prefix Double Contractions:
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