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How To Spell Whose?

Correct spelling: Whose

Definition of Whose:

  1. The possessive case of who or which. See Who, and Which.

List of misspellings for Whose:

  • whove,
  • whope,
  • whoelse,
  • whowas,
  • wohle,
  • warse,
  • vlose,
  • wasome,
  • tohse,
  • wesome,
  • whisel,
  • thoase,
  • wearhouse,
  • whse,
  • wayse,
  • shouse,
  • wahsed,
  • whoer,
  • woh's,
  • whoof,
  • ciose,
  • wohoo,
  • hiosue,
  • whossy,
  • whise,
  • whoese,
  • vouse,
  • whoas,
  • wrose,
  • wheez,
  • whisle,
  • whoe,
  • who'se,
  • chsoe,
  • whois,
  • whoed,
  • ghose,
  • wohse,
  • rhose,
  • whoule,
  • whioe,
  • wlse,
  • those4,
  • whcih,
  • whoms,
  • whici,
  • thosue,
  • thiose,
  • whoses,
  • whoch,
  • whithouse,
  • twoce,
  • wholse,
  • whome,
  • waise,
  • whosh,
  • whoes,
  • whos,
  • whote,
  • werse,
  • whers,
  • whoem,
  • woose,
  • wahser,
  • thoze,
  • thoose,
  • thowes,
  • whisch,
  • whone,
  • whice,
  • whoke,
  • wheesy,
  • whese,
  • hosue,
  • ehose,
  • whilse,
  • worser,
  • whoelser,
  • wyse,
  • whiceh,
  • whoooo,
  • wisey,
  • whees,
  • worsse,
  • whisc,
  • weise,
  • whoen,
  • whoozy,
  • whishe,
  • wirse,
  • whooo,
  • whoie,
  • whoole,
  • chouse,
  • whohas,
  • wisom,
  • wjose,
  • whiose,
  • woice,
  • wholey.

Related words for Whose

Who's Whose

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Television show

Who's Whose is a weekly panel quiz show that ran on the Columbia Broadcasting System television network. It premiered as a TV series on June 25, 1951 and is noted for being one of the first television series to be dropped after one episode.

Whose Authority

Whose Daughter Is She?

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1995 film

Whose Daughter Is She? is a CBS original TV movie which premiered on September 24, 1995 in the United States on CBS. The film stars Stephanie Zimbalist, Gaby Hoffmann, Joanna Kerns, Lisa Wilhoit, Michael Shulman and others.

Whose Heart

Whose University Is It?

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2003 film

Whose University Is It? is a 2003 made for TV documentary film that takes a critical look at the role of corporate funding on university education. It was produced and directed by Canadian filmmakers Mark Wright and James Motluk. It enjoyed a limited release to theaters in 2003 in Ontario and was broadcast on TV on ichannel in 2004.

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Rhymes for Whose:

  1. suffuse, dues, infuse, shoes, crews, joos, fuse, loos, tewes, transfuse, misuse, druse, meuse, sues, oohs, defuse, schmooze, ooze, miscues, confuse, ques, peruse, renews, glues, screws, cues, ruse, canoes, enthuse, hughes, views, reviews, clews, sous, hews, cruise, woos, moos, luiz, coups, revues, ewes, koos, spews, dews, goos, tattoos, recuse, boos, cruse, hues, use, chuse, tews, pursues, pews, excuse, drews, snooze, soos, who's, reuse, buse, ensues, twos, blues, mews, jews, druze, refuse, cruz, kuse, kruse, mewes, brews, choose, roos, booze, toulouse, luse, news, queues, foos, taboos, muse, bruise, shrews, stews, lose, skews, clues;
  2. amuse, bemuse, accrues, diffuse, accuse, abuse;
  3. disabuse, kangaroos, overuse;

Translations for Whose:

Afrikaans word for Whose

vars.

Arabic word for Whose

لـِمَنْ.

Bengali word for Whose

যাহার.

Dutch words for Whose

waarvan, van wie, wiens, wier.

French words for Whose

dont, à qui, duquel, de qui.

German words for Whose

deren, dessen, wessen.

Greek word for Whose

τίνος.

Italian word for Whose

di chi.

Japanese word for Whose

誰の.

Javanese word for Whose

Kang.

Korean word for Whose

누구의.

Norwegian word for Whose

hvem sin.

Polish word for Whose

czyj.

Portuguese words for Whose

cuja(s), cuja, cujo, de quem, cujos, cujas.

Romanian word for Whose

al cui.

Russian word for Whose

чей.

Spanish words for Whose

cuyo, cuya, de quién, cuyas, cuyos, de quienes.

Tamil word for Whose

யாருடைய.

Turkish word for Whose

kimin.

Ukrainian word for Whose

чий.

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