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I shouldn't wonder

Definition of I shouldn't wonder in English:

informal I think it likely: more than once, I shouldn’t wonder
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  • Just sign up as a professional after-dinner speaker and people will listen in wonderment to how you almost made a success out of such a damned silly idea - seven and half thousand pounds a time I shouldn't wonder, and maybe more.
  • Probably East German or Slavic, I shouldn't wonder.
  • Jon was more than happy with losing the match to get us out of there, so we left - or rather the group left, dragging me with it - muttering to myself, I shouldn't wonder.
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