Definition of their
- their furniture
- their verses
- their being seen
All the furniture in their house is brand-new.
They are on friendly terms with their neighbors.
The students are seeking to exercise their rights.
The birds have left their nest.
The trees have all shed their leaves.
Their artwork is on display at the museum.
He was angry because of their arriving late.
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First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
: relating to or belonging to certain people, animals, or things : made or done by certain people, animals, or things
: his or her : his : her : its
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