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Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • Contraction of you will.

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  • phrase you will
  • phrase you shall

Etymologies

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Contraction of you will and you shall

Examples

  • Indeed, the word you'll hear him say more than any other is "openness".

    The artists's artist: theatre directors

  • Listen to a dedicated computer hobbyist, a person who spends hours a day using a modem to exchange messages and data with other techies, and pretty soon if you can penetrate the jargon you'll hear him or her gush about something called the Internet -- a giant "network of networks" that links millions of computers around the world.

    Internet, a Vast Link That Isn't Missing, Can Be Hard to Find

  • At least, that's the definition you'll find online.

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  • Many on his staff are surfers die-hard Far Rockaway types in the winter, which is why this ad agency's camp is in Montauk, not the Hamptons, and why it's called Chandelier Surf Shack, a name you'll find painted in hot pink on driftwood signs and embroidered onto pillowcases.

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  • By the time school starts you'll know how to spell your name and you'll be using the correct hand to write with.

    Change Me Into Zeus’s Daughter

  • By the time school starts you'll know how to spell your name and you'll be using the correct hand to write with.

    Change Me Into Zeus’s Daughter

  • Let's address some jargon you'll have to contend with if you want pure advice.

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  • Let's address some jargon you'll have to contend with if you want pure advice.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • Smart Strategy: This cut may be labeled Boston butt or pork butt, but no matter what you call it, you'll be eating high on the hog.

    The Seattle Times

  • Let's address some jargon you'll have to contend with if you want pure advice.

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