Thesaurus for their

Synonyms, antonyms, and related words for their

a place. NOT a contraction of "they are", or a posessive pronoun.
They're going to their house, it's over THERE
by ampathy January 05, 2003
a place. NOT a contraction of "they are", or a posessive pronoun.
They're going to their house, it's over THERE
by ampathy January 05, 2003
The contract of "they" and "are", often confused with "there" and "their".
They're nice people.
by Hazel January 03, 2004
The contract of "they" and "are", often confused with "there" and "their".
They're nice people.
by Hazel January 03, 2004
A conjunction to link two clauses together.
The dog jumped over the fence AND the cat did too.
by Kieran Jones February 26, 2005
A conjunction to link two clauses together.
The dog jumped over the fence AND the cat did too.
by Kieran Jones February 26, 2005
That which belongs to him. That particular thing which belongs to a male person. Property attributed to a male person.
That unit is his, not yours. His unit is much larger than your unit.
by Tuneland January 07, 2008
That which belongs to him. That particular thing which belongs to a male person. Property attributed to a male person.
That unit is his, not yours. His unit is much larger than your unit.
by Tuneland January 07, 2008
a common mispelling of teh.
OMG THE AWESMOe!!!11
by DarkSkies April 24, 2005
a common mispelling of teh.
OMG THE AWESMOe!!!11
by DarkSkies April 24, 2005

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