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- (double modal / stacked modal, used in some dialects, chiefly Southern US) should perhaps (used to soften "should" and make it less of a command)
2005, Holly Hughes, Best Food Writing 2005, ISBN 9781569243459, page 164:
- I've noticed how my knees, lower back, neck, and temples hurt pretty much continuously. I'm thinking that I might should go back to my old midmorning ways, pop those Vienna tops more often, and dice peppers like there's no tomorrow.
The conjugation (with the full verb "go", for example) is:
- I might should go.
- You might should go, John.
- She might should go.
- We might should go.
- Y'all might should go. / Both of you might should go.
- They might should go.