Is WHOSE valid for Scrabble? Words With Friends? Other games?!
Definitions of WHOSE in various dictionaries:
- The possessive form of who.
- It has sometimes been claimed that whose should be used only as the possessive form of who and should thus be restricted to animate antecedents, as in a man whose power has greatly eroded.
- pron - the possessive case of who
There are 5 letters in WHOSE: E H O S W
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