Thesaurus / wed

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

Hang it, I wish wed tried a goal from the field that last time.
QUARTER-BACK BATESRALPH HENRY BARBOUR
That means that they are apt to be back at any time, and so wed better light out.
Wed better go slow, where Bill Berry is concerned, Bob said.
As they wor all wed fowk but her an me, it wor agreed 'at shoo should sarve aght th' teah, an' awd to sarve th' mait an stuff.
YORKSHER PUDDIN'JOHN HARTLEY
It was her refusal to wed either of the two fellows whom her overlord had chosen for her that brought her to the Baron's notice.
ROBERT ANNYS: POOR PRIESTANNIE NATHAN MEYER
Wed better find out how far it is, though, and if well have time to go and get back.
I bet you, if people could find out things, wed haf more people in jail than out.
THE BEST POLICYELLIOTT FLOWER
She said if her father knew she had a boy friend, hed pack her off somewhere, and wed never be able to meet again.
I said that I would rather read the burial service over thee than wed thee to such as he.
SWEET MACEGEORGE MANVILLE FENN
Wed better have him jump inside the car, then, so he wont stray while our attentions are turned, ventured Norma.
NATALIE: A GARDEN SCOUTLILLIAN ELIZABETH ROY

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