S

Part of speech: noun

The nineteenth letter in the English alphabet.

Part of speech:

The sign of the possessive ( with apostrophe; 's for singular, s' for plural); as, John's, warriors'.

Part of speech:

The common plural sign, becoming - es, after sibilants; as, cats, boxes.

Part of speech:

The ending of the third person singular present indicative.

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Usage examples "s":

  1. I sent off Hispa instantly to Strabo; not an hour's delay after I heard of it. - "Callista", John Henry Cardinal Newman.
  2. Wind cold S. E. and E. The day as dull and dreary as in England. - "Travels in the Great Desert of Sahara, in the Years of 1845 and 1846", James Richardson.
  3. And Kate was the only woman at the Bar S ranch. - "Paradise Bend", William Patterson White.