What is the correct spelling for YOOU'D?
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- food The world has neither enough food , nor enough love, for the young that are born into it. I was once told by the Dude that knowledge is a food To nourish, so to conclude – Back On The Block by Quincy Jones
- good There was a glow in that like good wine. The way is clear, The light is good, I have no fear, Nor no one should. – Prologue: Into the Woods by Unknown Author
- hood To their church in the afternoon, and in Mrs. Turner's pew my wife took up a good black hood and kept it. Honour to bold Robin Hood , Sleeping in the underwood! – Robin Hood by John Keats
- loud My heart gave one great bound, and then the loud cry, 'Child overboard! But blush to heare her prayses sung so loud, So farre from being proud. – Poem 9 by Edmund Spenser
- mood The vicar had come downstairs that morning in a mood of depression, irritable-almost snappish depression. It gave new strength, and fearless mood; And gladiators, fierce and rude, – Goblet of Life, The by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
- rood Bear, as token of this moment, Marks of blood and holy rood !"
- too I love Him more, so let me love you too; Yea, as I apprehend it, love is such I cannot love you if I love not Him, I cannot love Him if I love not you. – Monna Innominata: A Sonnet Of Sonnets by Christina Georgina Rossetti
- wood I'm a littLe lamb who's lost in the wood; I know I could – Someone to Watch over Me by Unknown Author
- yard And secretly I want to bury in the yard The grey remains of a friendship scarred – Kissing the Lipless by The Shins
- Your "Very well, Mr. Baxter, I will take you at your word....
- Cooed The pansies now bloomed again, and the white dove cooed in peace; but there was much work for the mother and daughter, and they rubbed and scrubbed and washed and swept and dusted, till the room was so beautiful that you would not have known that a goblin had been there-except for the one pearl which was a little blue always, even when the king was ready for Little Daughter to come to his court, although that was not until she was a very old woman.
- booed Collins started the 2006–07 season as first choice defender at Sunderland, but was dropped four games into the season after being booed by a section of the crowd following a mistake in the previous game against Plymouth Argyle.