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“You'll” or “Yule”


you'll / yule are similar-sounding terms with different meanings (referred to as homophones). To better understand the differences, see below for definitions, pronunciation guides, and example sentences using each term. 👇


you'll: NA

yule: NA


you'll: y·UW·l

yule: y·UW·l


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Examples in Context

Examples of “you'll”

  • real and it validates the content."
  • sheer looniness of the comedy here."
  • You Never Knew About Lemony Snicket.
  • instead; you'll be much better off."
  • to that other stinky glue stuff."
  • off for a bit more fun.
  • hinted from behind the overcast sky."
  • after Ferrari, from A to Z.
  • dead on the fortress wall !
  • Blink & You'll Miss It

Examples of “yule”

  • played during WPIX television's annual Yule Log program on Christmas Eve
  • Ian Yule as Harvey
  • born from the Goddess at Yule, grows in power at the
  • Doug Yule (of Velvet Underground)
  • Barnes, Bill Fox, Dave Johnston, Yule Kilcher and his son Otto,
  • As noted above, Yule Kilcher, Dave Johnston, Vin Hoeman,
  • George Udny Yule
  • and replacing him with Doug Yule in September 1968.
  • Alan Partridge: Knowing Me, Knowing Yule (BBC Audiobooks, 1998)
  • of a dentist, Dr Robert Yule.

(Examples are Wikipedia snippets under the CC ShareAlike 3.0 license. Definitions drawn from WordNet.)

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