Results for Whose

Definitions of Whose:

part of speech: possessive

Case of who; used also instead of " of which," as, the question whose solution is desired.

part of speech: relative pronoun

The poss. case of the rel. who.

part of speech: pronoun

Possessive case of interrogative and relative who or which.

Usage examples for Whose:

  • Not yours- but I think I know whose "The Wisdom of Father Brown", G. K. Chesterton
  • In whose honor is it?" "NAPOLEON AND BLUCHER", L. Muhlbach
  • From whose I pray? "The American Union Speaker", John D. Philbrick
  • Into whose hands would the schlosses fall? "Royal Highness", Thomas Mann
alphabet filter

Word of the day


In the R. Cath. Ch., a small crucifix, or a crucifix engraved on a plate, which used to be kissed by the priest and deacon, and passed on to the people in succession before leaving church; kiss of peace. ...

Popular definitions