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his/her

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adjective \ˈhiz-ˈhər, ˈhi-zər-ˈhər, ˈhiz-ˈslash-\

Definition of his/her

  1. :  his or her —used as an adjective of common gender



1952

First Known Use of his/her

1952

Rhymes with his/her

as per, astir, auteur, aver, bestir, Big Sur, Bonheur, chasseur, chauffeur, claqueur, coiffeur, concur, confer, Crèvecoeur, danseur, defer, demur, deter, douceur, du jour, farceur, flaneur, frondeur, hauteur, him/her, incur, infer, inter, jongleur, larkspur, liqueur, longspur, masseur, millefleur, occur, Pasteur, poseur, prefer, recur, refer, sandbur, sandspur, seigneur, transfer, voyeur, white fir


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