whose

With vs Whose - What's the difference?

with | whose |


As a preposition with

is against.

As an adverb with

is (midwestern us) along, together with others/group etc.

As a noun with

is .

As a pronoun whose is

of whom, belonging to whom; (used as an interrogative pronoun).

Whose vs Whose - What's the difference?

whose | whose |


In formerly|_|proscribed|lang=en terms the difference between whose and whose

is that whose is of which, belonging to which; (used as a relative pronoun) while whose is of which, belonging to which; (used as a relative pronoun).

As pronouns the difference between whose and whose

is that whose is of whom, belonging to whom; (used as an interrogative pronoun) while whose is of whom, belonging to whom; (used as an interrogative pronoun).

Whose vs Whosever - What's the difference?

whose | whosever |


As pronouns the difference between whose and whosever

is that whose is of whom, belonging to whom; (used as an interrogative pronoun) while whosever is of whomever.

Whose vs That - What's the difference?

whose | that |


As a pronoun whose

is of whom, belonging to whom; (used as an interrogative pronoun).

As a noun that is

.

When vs Whose - What's the difference?

when | whose |


As pronouns the difference between when and whose

is that when is (interrogative) what time; which time while whose is of whom, belonging to whom; (used as an interrogative pronoun).

As an adverb when

is (interrogative) (used to introduce questions about time).

As a conjunction when

is at what time.

As a noun when

is the time.

As an interjection when

is that's enough,.

Whose vs How - What's the difference?

whose | how |


As a pronoun whose

is of whom, belonging to whom; (used as an interrogative pronoun).

As an adverb how is

to what degree.

As a noun how is

the means by which something is accomplished or how can be (dialectal) an artificial barrow or tumulus.

As a conjunction how is

in which way; in such way.

As an interjection how is

.

Whose vs Was - What's the difference?

whose | was |


As a pronoun whose

is of whom, belonging to whom; (used as an interrogative pronoun).

As a determiner was is

your (plural and polite).

What vs Whose - What's the difference?

what | whose |


As pronouns the difference between what and whose

is that what is (interrogative) which thing, event, circumstance, etc: used interrogatively in asking for the specification of an identity, quantity, quality, etc while whose is of whom, belonging to whom; (used as an interrogative pronoun).

As an adverb what

is in some manner or degree; in part; partly; usually followed by with .

As an interjection what

is .

As a determiner what

is which; which kind of.

As a noun what

is (obsolete) something; thing; stuff.

Whose vs Their - What's the difference?

whose | their |


As a pronoun whose

is of whom, belonging to whom; (used as an interrogative pronoun).

As a determiner their is

.

Witch vs Whose - What's the difference?

witch | whose |


As a noun witch

is a person who practices witchcraft; specifically: or witch can be a cone of paper which is placed in a vessel of lard or other fat and used as a taper.

As a verb witch

is (obsolete) to practise witchcraft.

As a pronoun whose is

of whom, belonging to whom; (used as an interrogative pronoun).

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