|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|won't you be my neighbor||1.23||0.4||6349||58|
|won't stay lit||1.58||0.8||103||40|
|won't bore you||0.06||0.1||8356||30|
|won't detect multiple monitors||2||0.9||7084||83|
|won't fit in spanish||1.99||0.5||5840||78|
|won't lose this dream||0.94||0.9||1747||89|
|won't you stay with me||1.43||0.8||4443||8|
|won't get fooled again lyrics||1.13||0.1||6391||80|
|won't let go by lindsey ray||0.4||0.3||8943||74|
|won't you come home bill bailey||1.32||0.5||4066||88|
|won't let me eject my external drive||1.54||0.4||3554||82|
|won't someone please think of the children||0.22||0.7||7063||69|
|won't you be my neighbor ugly kid joe||1.67||0.1||3326||77|
|won't stop now||1.91||0.5||432||32|
|won't stay running||1.99||0.1||7747||74|
The word [&wont&], not to be confused with want or the contraction won’t, has several meanings, but it is most often an adjective, usually followed by to , meaning accustomed, given, or likely— for example: “Stats are for losers,” as head coach John Fox is [&wont&] [&to&] [&say&]. [ Panthers.com]Is the word'wont'a contraction of'can't'?
Perhaps people are reluctant to believe this is a contraction because it doesn’t make obvious sense like “cannot” being contracted to “can’t.” The Oxford English Dictionary suggests that “won’t” is a contraction of a nonstandard form: “woll not.”What does it mean I Won't Go With You?
will not: I won’t be able to go with you. Not to be confused with: want – to desire greatly; need; lack: I really want a new car. wont – accustomed to; apt or likely: He is wont to make mistakes when he hurries.Which is correct Woll not or wont not?
The Oxford English Dictionary suggests that “won’t” is a contraction of a nonstandard form: “woll not.” Quite a few confused folks substitute “want” for “wont,” leading to mangled expressions such as “such is my want.” BUY THE BOOK!