Definitions

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  • noun See weld.

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  • noun Alternative form of weld.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Obviously, the deacon wanted to see if she woald follow him down the street beside the movie theater.

    Mission Of Honor

  • A lord among my kind, and grossly inconvenienced by this girl, this fledgling, this woald-be sorceress.

    The Goblin Mirror

  • A lord among my kind, and grossly inconvenienced by this girl, this fledgling, this woald-be sorceress.

    The Goblin Mirror

  • "Mr. Fulkerson," said the girl, solemnly, "Ah will stand bah you in this, if all the woald tones against you."

    A Hazard of New Fortunes — Complete

  • "Mr. Fulkerson," said the girl, solemnly, "Ah will stand bah you in this, if all the woald tones against you."

    A Hazard of New Fortunes — Volume 4

  • "Mr. Fulkerson," said the girl, solemnly, "Ah will stand bah you in this, if all the woald tones against you."

    Complete March Family Trilogy

  • I f J; tDuarr % ad Fe - bruary had then been placed before March, tiie month Quialitk woald have been the fifth in name, hot the seventh in revkoninr.

    Plutarch's Lives, tr. by J. and W. Langhorne

  • And if you would now in fact make this chdce, it woald put an end to your present difficulties about your child.

    The Works...

  • If war were the qoeftion, he would talk of travci« ling; if diplomatic concerns were upon the carpet, he woald reUfia the manners, or inquire into the local peculiarities of the country; oc if the ftate of affairs at home were in difcuHion, he would dwell upon

    The Monthly Review

  • His people, how - ever, woald not quit their hills.

    The history of Hindostan

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