Except, that is, if the name already ends in s or z.

They typically get formed by adding -s.

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The plural form of spouse is spouses.


spouse (third-person singular simple present spouses, present participle spousing, simple past and past participle spoused) To wed; to espouse. See the following examples: This is Mary and her dog. spouse (plural spouses) A person in a marriage or marital relationship.

Possessive forms of singular nouns.

The plural form of spouse is spouses. singular: spouse: plural: spouses: DEFINITIONS 1. Spouse In Example Sentences.

Synonyms: see Thesaurus: spouse. Also, if subject series connected by 'or' are in the singular, the verb is in the singular and vice-versa is available.

Like the words some and most, a premodifying phrase like the majority of is in and of itself neither singular nor plural.

Here, "their" is the "gender neutral" determiner; you use it when you are talking about someone whose gender you don't know, or when you don't want to mention "his" or "her".

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e. By using spouses, it sounds like each individual small business owner might have more than one spouse.

Nouns: singular and plural - English Grammar Today - a reference to written and spoken English grammar and usage - Cambridge Dictionary.
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She is Paul's spouse.

a person's husband or wife: 3.

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If the irregular plural noun has an s at the end, add only an. a husband, or a wife. The plurals of last names are just like the plurals of most nouns. Latin spōnsus, spōnsa literally, pledged (man, woman) (noun, nominal uses of past participle of. The dog is Mary’s pet; Mary is not the dog’s pet. This is the British English definition of spouse.

This thick curtain is capable of shutting out the summer sun’s heat and light.

To complicate things, the singular refers to a group of creatures with similar characteristics. WordReference.

Synonyms and related words +-Someone’s husband, wife or partner.


The meaning of SPOUSE is married person : husband, wife.

Third-person singular simple present indicative form of spouse.