- who will
- who shall
Who'll is defined as who will or who shall.
An example of the use of who'll is in the sentence, "Who'll take the garbage out tonight?" which means "Who will take the garbage out tonight?"
- To pay them back, the country singer recorded an album called The IRS Tapes: Who'll Buy My Memories?
- The language that technical experts use doesn't necessarily make sense to the people who'll be involved in marketing their work or to the end users who will actually use their innovations.
- The only person who'll make money off this type of deal is the one who placed the ad and will receive payments from the would-be entrepreneurs who fall for the scam.
- Once you decide to purchase an old pocket watch, you'll want to locate the perfect timepiece for the man who'll be carrying it.
- A fixed sign is an independent thinker who'll do things mostly his or her way and not adhere to conventional methods.