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you

Definition for you

pronoun as in nominative plural pronoun

Strongest matches

they, we

pronoun as in nominative singular pronoun

Strongest matches

he, I, it, she, sie, they, ve, xe, ze, zie

pronoun as in objective singular pronoun

Weak matches

her, him, hir, it, me, them, ver, xem, zir

pronoun as in objective plural pronoun

Strongest matches

them, us

noun as in unspecified individual

Strongest matches

anyone, one

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Example Sentences

The Internet cool kids are rallying against Taylor Swift after her bold screw-you to Spotify.

For more better-for-you beverages, check out these 10 Healthy Holiday Cocktail Recipes.

Dwyer was present for many of the events he describes, providing a you-are-in-the-room feel.

Because that minimum-wage hike was a project of the federal government, and that means that you-know-who was for it.

So it's really a take-what-you-can-get kind of situation with him.

The "Pay-as-You-Go" system has reflected favorably on the state's financial reputation.

"I beg of you, I appeal to you-my friend," she urged, with that ardour of the counsel who pleads a bad cause.

"I wish t' hell, stranger, you-all hadn't edged off south," chattered Alfred.

But wildcats is purty heavy, an' you-all can hit 'em with a shotgun.

"I just stepped over to inquire what you-all'd like for breakfast this mornin'," he said with a grin.

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On this page you'll find 47 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to you, such as: we, and they.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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