plural form

noun
the form of a word that is used to denote more than one
Syn: ↑plural
Ant: ↑singular (for: ↑plural)
Members of this Usage Domain:
relation, ↑flying colors, ↑flying colours, ↑wings, ↑ambages, ↑innings, ↑sweepstakes, ↑craps, ↑jinks, ↑high jinks, ↑hijinks, ↑high jinx, ↑Ludi Saeculares, ↑secular games, ↑heroics, ↑works, ↑deeds, ↑services, ↑calisthenics, ↑callisthenics, ↑hustings, ↑arts and crafts, ↑contretemps, ↑last rites, ↑devotion, ↑Stations, ↑Stations of the Cross, ↑round, ↑alms, ↑operations, ↑trading operations, ↑swaddling clothes, ↑dirty tricks, ↑last respects, ↑props, ↑appointment, ↑fitting, ↑Augean stables, ↑backstairs, ↑basic, ↑staple, ↑bath salts, ↑bedspring, ↑bellbottom trousers, ↑bell-bottoms, ↑bellbottom pants, ↑bellows, ↑Bermuda shorts, ↑Jamaica shorts, ↑bifocals (for: ↑plural), ↑bikini pants, ↑binoculars, ↑field glasses, ↑opera glasses, ↑bleachers, ↑bloomers, ↑pants, ↑drawers, ↑knickers, ↑boards, ↑bones, ↑castanets, ↑clappers, ↑finger cymbals, ↑brace, ↑suspender, ↑gallus, ↑brass knucks, ↑knucks, ↑brass knuckles, ↑knuckles, ↑knuckle duster, ↑breeches, ↑knee breeches, ↑knee pants, ↑knickerbockers, ↑briefs, ↑Jockey shorts, ↑britches, ↑buckskins, ↑cafeteria facility, ↑chain tongs, ↑chap, ↑civies, ↑civvies, ↑cleaners, ↑dry cleaners, ↑cleats, ↑clews, ↑colors, ↑colours, ↑consumer goods, ↑cords, ↑corduroys, ↑crown jewels, ↑diggings, ↑digs, ↑underdrawers, ↑shorts, ↑boxers, ↑boxershorts, ↑dress blues, ↑dress whites, ↑drygoods, ↑soft goods, ↑durables, ↑durable goods, ↑consumer durables, ↑eaves, ↑Epsom salts, ↑fancy goods, ↑fatigues, ↑fire tongs, ↑coal tongs, ↑firework, ↑pyrotechnic, ↑fixings, ↑trimmings, ↑flannel, ↑gabardine, ↑tweed, ↑white, ↑flats, ↑footlights, ↑forceps, ↑furnishing, ↑trappings, ↑gallows, ↑gasworks, ↑goggles, ↑grocery, ↑foodstuff, ↑head, ↑headquarters, ↑HQ, ↑military headquarters, ↑central office, ↑main office, ↑home office, ↑home base, ↑hot pants, ↑houselights, ↑ice tongs, ↑irons, ↑chains, ↑ironworks, ↑jean, ↑blue jean, ↑denim, ↑jodhpurs, ↑jodhpur breeches, ↑riding breeches, ↑knockout drops, ↑limbers, ↑links, ↑golf links, ↑lion-jaw forceps, ↑living quarters, ↑quarters, ↑locking pliers, ↑long johns, ↑military quarters, ↑mouse-tooth forceps, ↑Napier's bones, ↑Napier's rods, ↑needlenose pliers, ↑nightclothes (for: ↑plural), ↑packaged goods, ↑pantie, ↑panty, ↑scanty, ↑step-in, ↑parallel bars, ↑bars, ↑pliers, ↑pair of pliers, ↑plyers, ↑plus fours, ↑pruning shears, ↑public works, ↑pump-type pliers, ↑punch pliers, ↑rabbit ears, ↑rariora, ↑regimentals, ↑rib joint pliers, ↑rings, ↑saltworks, ↑scissors, ↑pair of scissors, ↑secateurs, ↑Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, ↑Seven Wonders of the World, ↑shears, ↑short pants, ↑trunks, ↑silks, ↑slacks, ↑slip-joint pliers, ↑small stores, ↑snips, ↑tinsnips, ↑snuffers, ↑soap flakes, ↑spectacles, ↑specs, ↑eyeglasses, ↑glasses, ↑sporting goods, ↑stacks, ↑stairs, ↑steps, ↑stocking, ↑stocks, ↑street clothes, ↑stretch pants, ↑sundries, ↑sunglasses, ↑dark glasses, ↑shades, ↑swaddling bands, ↑sweat pants, ↑sweatpants, ↑swimming trunks, ↑bathing trunks, ↑tail, ↑thinning shears, ↑tights, ↑leotards, ↑togs, ↑threads, ↑duds, ↑tongs, ↑pair of tongs, ↑topside, ↑trews, ↑underpants, ↑undies, ↑waders, ↑water wings, ↑waterworks, ↑weeds, ↑widow's weeds, ↑white goods, ↑workings, ↑yard goods, ↑piece goods, ↑superficies, ↑odds, ↑nerves, ↑manners, ↑confines, ↑states' rights, ↑rudiment, ↑first rudiment, ↑first principle, ↑alphabet, ↑ABC, ↑ABC's, ↑ABCs, ↑bare bones, ↑intention, ↑telecommunication, ↑channel, ↑communication channel, ↑line, ↑telecom, ↑title, ↑writing, ↑curiosa, ↑overtone, ↑greeting, ↑salutation, ↑regard, ↑wish, ↑compliments, ↑condition, ↑term, ↑suspension point, ↑congratulation, ↑felicitation, ↑deliberation, ↑order, ↑ravage, ↑depredation, ↑exercise, ↑brussels sprouts, ↑oat, ↑paring, ↑people, ↑peoples, ↑ancients, ↑grass roots, ↑flinders, ↑interest, ↑interest group, ↑folks, ↑brethren, ↑poor people, ↑poor, ↑rich people, ↑rich, ↑Sabaoth, ↑fedayeen, ↑Ummah, ↑Umma, ↑Muslim Ummah, ↑Islamic Ummah, ↑Islam Nation, ↑unemployed people, ↑unemployed, ↑depth, ↑close quarters, ↑archeological remains, ↑badlands, ↑coffee grounds, ↑down, ↑dregs, ↑settlings, ↑lees, ↑remains, ↑scablands, ↑scraping, ↑authority, ↑connection, ↑spoil, ↑reparation, ↑residual, ↑incidental expense, ↑incidental, ↑minor expense, ↑travel expense, ↑assets, ↑receivables, ↑deep pocket, ↑reserve assets, ↑liquid assets, ↑current assets, ↑quick assets, ↑right, ↑liabilities, ↑accounts receivable, ↑boxcars, ↑conditions, ↑drusen, ↑hiccup, ↑hiccough, ↑singultus
Hypernyms: ↑form, ↑word form, ↑signifier, ↑descriptor

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