Definition for word whose.
Whose Whose (h[=oo]z), pron. [OE. whos, whas, AS. hw[ae]s,
gen. of hw[=a]. See Who.]
The possessive case of who or which. See Who, and Which.
Whose daughter art thou? tell me, I pray thee. --Gen.
The question whose solution I require. --Dryden.
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- its derived forms include
whom, an objective
use is now generally confined
english; the possessive
form whose; and
- whose obedience contrasts
with adam's disobedience christians
as a role model, whose
god-focused life believers
- name monster
high , image
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doll , web series
, book series
, dvd movie
line is it anyway. (abbreviated to whose
line? or wliia) is a short-form improvisational comedy
tv show . originally
a british radio
line is it anyway. (often known
as simply whose
line?) is an improvisational comedy
was originally hosted
by drew carey
body? is a 1923 novel
, which introduced
of lord peter wimsey
. plot summary: wimsey's mother, the
baby? is a 1917 silent comedy
and starring gloria swanson
cast : bobby vernon gloria swanson
zoo? is a 1918 film featuring
. cast : kathleen
o'connor - katherine. rube miller
- rube. stan laurel
- stanley. see also
life is it anyway? is a play by brian clark adapted
from his 1972 television
play of the same title, which starred
- whose doctor
who (a.k.a. ' whose
dr. who') was a 60 minute television
documentary, (part of the bbc 's the lively
arts series) which
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