Suld in a sentence

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How to use suld in a sentence. Suld pronunciation.

This religious man dissuadit the king, be mony reasonis, to pas to this huntis; and allegit the day wes so solempne, be reverence of the haly croce, that he suld gif him erar, for that day, to contemplation, than ony othir exersition.
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Just where ye suld be yoursell, Monkbarns-up-stairs, and in her warm bed.
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Your father was a kind man to freends and followers; muckle grace to you, Sir John, to fill his shoon-his boots, I suld say, for he seldom wore shoon, unless it were muils when he had the gout.
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At the entry of the wood there is a wild common, and on the edge of the common a little lonely change-house, that was keepit then by an hostler wife,-they suld hae caa'd her Tibbie Faw,-and there puir Steenie cried for a mutchkin of brandy, for he had had no refreshment the haill day.
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He wasna easy fleyed, an' gaed straucht up to the wa's; and what suld he find there but a man, or the appearance of a man, sittin' in the inside upon a grave.
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Mr. Soulis wasna weel pleased that this fearsome gangrel suld mak' sae free wi' Ba'weary manse; an' he ran the harder, an' wet shoon, ower the burn, an' up the walk; but the deil a black man was there to see.
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Aweel,' he said, 'this suld be nae sic dooms desperate business surely; the lad's doing weel again that was hurt, and what signifies twa or three lead draps in his shouther?
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I think,' continued she, 'they that hae taen interest in the house of Ellangowan suld sleep nane this night; three men hae been seeking ye, and you are gaun hame to sleep in your bed.
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And mind ye recommend weel that them 'at brake t' bits o' frames, and teed Joe Scott's legs wi' band, suld be hung without benefit o' clergy.
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It's a hanging matter, or suld be.
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Suld hae come and aught a bairn to me.’ 5.
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Weel then, they say, sir, that as ye didna encourage the petition about the peace, and wadna petition in favour of the new tax, and as you were again' bringing in the yeomanry at the meal mob, but just for settling the folk wi' the constables-they say ye're no a gude friend to government; and that thae sort o' meetings between sic a powerfu' man as the Yerl, and sic a wise man as you,-Od they think they suld be lookit after; and some say ye should baith be shankit aff till Edinburgh Castle.
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I hae heard," said the mendicant, taking his cue from what Oldbuck had told him of the family history-"I hae heard, cummer, that some ill tongue suld hae come between the Earl, that's Lord Geraldin, and his young bride.
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There was a young gentleman on the box, and he behuved to drive; and Tam Sang, that suld hae mair sense, he behuved to let him, and the daft callant couldna tak the turn at the corner o' the brig; and od!
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I suld live a hundred years, There will ne'er fair lady smile on me.
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Examples of Suld

Example #1
Nochtheles, his dissuasion is litill avalit; for the king wes finallie so provokit, be inoportune solicitatioun of his baronis, that he past, nochtwithstanding the solempnite of this day, to his hountis.
Example #2
At this time wes with the king ane man of singulare and devoit life, namit Alkwine, channon eftir the ordour of Sanct Augustine, quhilk well lang time confessoure, afore, to King David in Ingland, the time that he wes Erle of Huntingtoun and Northumbirland.
Example #3
Why did you say she went out?
Example #4
The reached the room in which they had dined, and were clamorously welcomed by Miss Oldbuck.
Example #5
I have heard their communings so often tauld ower that I almost think I was there mysell, though I couldna be born at the time.
Example #6
Weel, away he trots to the castle to tell his story, and there he is introduced to Sir John, sitting in his father's chair, in deep mourning, with weepers and hanging cravat, and a small walking-rapier by his side, instead of the auld broadsword that had a hunderweight of steel about it, what with blade, chape, and basket-hilt.