Definition of 'what you will'
Example sentences containing 'what you will'
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And what you will look like. Times, Sunday Times (2008)We reckon we know what you'll like. The Sun (2011)This is what you'll like if this is what you like. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Just say what feels good and what you'd like more of. The Sun (2014)It's important you get a feel of what you will look like before the game. The Sun (2016)It's fairly easy to guess what you will be like. Times, Sunday Times (2011)But this period is as much about reviewing what you'd like as what you already have. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Ask her what she wants from the relationship and explain what you'd like. The Sun (2006)And none of it looks anything like what you'd expect. Christianity Today (2000)Also set out what you'd like the company to do to put things right. The Sun (2014)Say exactly what you'd like. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Tell them what you'd like and they'll rendezvous on the piste with a hamper. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Tell him what you'd like him to do to you - that in itself can be really exciting. The Sun (2016)Tell him how you feel, where you see your future and what you'd like to see change. The Sun (2008)If you face trouble with a claim, write to your insurer telling them what you'd like them to do. The Sun (2015)One of those old sayings comes true today - the one about doing to others what you'd like to have done to you. The Sun (2015)
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