How Do You Spell WHO'D?

Correct spelling for the English word "who'd" is [h_ˈuː_d], [hˈuːd], [hˈuːd]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Common Misspellings for WHO'D

Below is the list of 351 misspellings for the word "who'd".

Usage Examples for WHO'D

  1. Is he the sort of man who'd put himself about a great deal and take a lot of trouble for the sake of doing a good turn to a friend? - "The Simpkins Plot" by George A. Birmingham
  2. And who'd have thought it of you ten days ago? - "The Return" by Walter de la Mare
  3. I said out loud that I'd give twenty dollars to any one who'd get me some food; and out comes your friend, and says you told him to trust any one who said that, and where was the twenty? - "The La Chance Mine Mystery" by Susan Carleton Jones
  4. There'd been an explosion by the lake, the man who'd warned him said. - "Operation Terror" by William Fitzgerald Jenkins
  5. Who'd have thought of his climbing top of a house?" - "Jimmy, Lucy, and All" by Sophie May