Definition for word would.

Would Would, imp. of Will. [OE. & AS. wolde. See Will, v. t.] Commonly used as an auxiliary verb, either in the past tense or in the conditional or optative present. See 2d & 3d Will. Note: Would was formerly used also as the past participle of Will. Right as our Lord hath would. --Chaucer., Would Would, n. See 2d Weld.

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- 'would?' is a song by alice in chains . the song first appeared on the soundtrack to the 1992 movie singles , in which the members of
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- 'would you ?' is a song by the british electronic /house band touch and go . it was released as a single in october 1998.
- 'my life would suck without you' is a song performed by american recording artist kelly clarkson from her fourth studio album, all i ever
- the phrase 'what would jesus do. imperative to act in a manner that would demonstrate the love of jesus through the actions of the adherents.
- ashby woulds is a civil parish in leicestershire , england . it is in the north west leicestershire district, to the west of ashby de la
- would i lie to you? is a british comedy panel show aired on bbc one , made by zeppotron for the bbc . it was first broadcast on 16 june
- would you may refer to: ' 'would you?' (iris song), 2012 ' 'would you ?', a 1998 song by touch and go would you?, a short story by poppy z
- john would was born in vallejo, california in 1955. he has performed extensively as a multi-instrumentalist (primarily guitarist) and

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