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  • So don't even try to play the woulda-shoulda-coulda.

    "People danced and cheered on the street."

  • KING: Vanessa, is there at all a woulda-shoulda-coulda about it?

    CNN Transcript Nov 22, 2004

  • Instead of the woulda-shoulda-coulda and what-if attitudes, we should be visioning and daydreaming about what we are going to do, what we can do and what we will do to turn dreams into realities.

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  • Never waste time playing the woulda-shoulda-coulda game, a wise man once told me.

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  • You know who else could've gone without the hysteria of Johnson's woulda-shoulda-coulda


  • As such, its financial statements are essentially an exercise in woulda-shoulda-coulda hypotheses; a guess at how the company might have performed if it had been independent prior to spinning off.

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  • An expression of regret over courses of action not taken that would have resulted in a very beneficial outcome--such as investing in a stock that shot up in value, or deciding to join a political campaign of a person who seemed a long-shot but won an election by a landslide, etc. "I woulda-shoulda-coulda become rich if I'd bought in on that deal."

    June 21, 2009