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who'da Syllabification: who'da
Pronunciation: /ˈho͞odə/

Entry from US English dictionary

(also whoda)

Definition of who'da in English:

contraction

informal
Who would have: who’da thunk he could do that?
More example sentences
  • Who'da thunk that men buying diapers after work on Fridays were also picking up six-packs of beer?
  • Either the people-carrier classes don’t like the taxman snaffling their children’s inheritance (who’da thunk it, they’re not so daft after all) or — just as likely — they are natural wet conservatives.
  • After all, who'da thunk Danse Macabre would be unexpectedly reincarnated after a quarter century's silence?

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