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adjective as in more than one


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Well, it’s great because you captured one of the things I was thinking, that data is not the plural of anecdote, per se.

Overall, I wish Isaacson had created more of a mosaic, one similar to his history of the early computer industry — “The Innovators,” properly plural.

While the story of “Sea” was told by a poetic plural narrator and meandered through a hazy dystopian landscape, “My Year Abroad” is set in the present day and punctuated by the colorful and vibrant language of a college kid.

If you think all of that is interesting, get a lot of this - in the Appalachian and Western Pennsylvania region of the United States, they came up with the word "yinz" in order to address the plural you.

Let's break down all of the ways you can address the plural you.

And the plural could be knaidels, or knaidelach, or knaidlach, or knaideluch.

As GO is a word referring to the game, so its plural gos is.

Actually, the issue of plural vs. singular is orthogonal to the dilemma she wants to pose.

Illuminati is the plural of illuminatus, which means “enlightened.”

But as a great mentor once told me, the plural of anecdote is not data.

The Provençal has not even the formal distinction of the nouns in al, which in French make their plural in aux.

For word Percy printed words, quite forgetting that the M.E. plural is dissyllabic (word-es).

In the same letter he admits that he had close relations with Spain, and throughout uses the first person plural.

The use of the plural possessive thrilled the heart of the workers; the club was a family possession.

Like numerous other nouns, it has its diminutive in os, its plural in wug, and its local form in ing.

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On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to plural, such as: multiple, dual, many, not alone, not singular, and numerous.

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