thou shalt.' name='description'> thou'lt - definition and meaning

Definitions

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  • phrase archaic Contraction of thou shalt.
  • phrase archaic Contraction of thou wilt.

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Examples

  • "Aye, and when thy beard has grown, thou'lt be a rare Peshawar ruiner - so ye swagger enough, and curl thy hair round thy finger, and spit from the back of thy throat -"

    Fiancée

  • Stain thy face, as I said, and grow thy beard, and thou'lt be the properest Sirkar's bargain in India!

    Fiancée

  • A long and subtle speech thou'lt need to prove to me thou didst not slay thy friends because thou didst covet the horses, and to gain them didst murder thine own allies, after bidding them come so straitly.

    Rhesus

  • A sudden change, thou'lt say, from my fell proposals!

    Iphigenia at Aulis

  • There's gold, if this thou'lt claim as thy guerdon.

    Rhesus

  • A sudden change, thou'lt say, from my fell proposals!

    Iphigenia at Aulis

  • And she, hearing her captors 'words took her robe and tore it open from the shoulder to the waist, displaying a breast and bosom fair as a statue's; then sinking on her knee, one word she spake more piteous than all the rest, "Young prince, if 'tis my breast thou'dst strike, lo! here it is, strike home! or if at my neck thy sword thou'lt aim, behold! that neck is bared."

    Hecuba

  • There's gold, if this thou'lt claim as thy guerdon.

    Rhesus

  • Mayhap thou'lt say, "Why pass the land of Pelops o'er, and lay this toil on Athens?"

    The Suppliants

  • A long and subtle speech thou'lt need to prove to me thou didst not slay thy friends because thou didst covet the horses, and to gain them didst murder thine own allies, after bidding them come so straitly.

    Rhesus

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