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Answer for the clue ""His/her" alternative", 5 letters:
their

Alternative clues for the word their

Not our

Not your or our

His and her

Churchill's "___ Finest Hour"

Not your or my

Belonging to others

"A League of ___ Own" (1992 comedy)

Not your or my, say

**"His/her" alternative

Its for more than one

"This was ___ finest hour": Churchill

"A League of ___ Own" (1992 film)

Native Oklahoman

Possessive adjective

"___ Wedding Journey": Howells

His and hers

Possessive pronoun

Others'

Belonging to them

"___ Satanic Majesties Request" (Rolling Stones album)

" . . . sugarplums danced in ___ heads"

Possessive

Word definitions for their in dictionaries

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
determiner COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES ask sb (for) their opinion ( also ask for sb’s opinion ) ▪ We asked people for their opinions about the Olympics. ▪ Nobody asked my opinion. ▪ It’s a good idea to ask people for their opinions and suggestions....

The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Their \Their\, pron. & a. [OE. thair, fr. Icel. [thorn]eirra, [thorn]eira, of them, but properly gen. pl. of the definite article; akin to AS. [eth =a]ra, [eth =ae]ra, gen. pl. of the definite article, or fr. AS. [eth =ae]ra, influenced by the Scandinavian...

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
det. (non-gloss definition: Belonging to, from, of, or relating to, them (plural).)

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
plural possessive pronoun, c.1200, from Old Norse þierra "of them," genitive of plural personal and demonstrative pronoun þeir "they" (see they ). Replaced Old English hiera . As an adjective from late 14c. Use with singular objects, scorned by grammarians,...

Usage examples of their.

The family inhabiting it in winter may be well accommodated for sleeping under the main roof, while they can at all seasons take their meals, and be made comfortable in the several rooms.

Tyrone accommodated her shorter height by bending his knees, and for a moment their eyes melded in warm communications.

But beyond Beneventum they had mostly to avail themselves of inns, none of which, Julia now realized, could have accommodated them in their old state.

Outside, the happy and contented citizens of the accommodating world of New Riviera went about their daily concerns, unaware that in an ordinary hotel room not far from where they were walking and talking, a most unusual quartet was calmly discussing Armageddon.

Geneva, and accommodating individuals with clean linen, as the emergency of their occasions required.

And as their due accommodation is to be the object of our present writing, a plan is presented for that object.

We shall, then, proceed at once to discuss their proper accommodation, in the cheapest and most familiar method with which we are acquainted.

Guard found their accommodation in a disused drying shed, where a fireplace provided a welcome warmth.

There were tiny bags of an almost impalpably fine grit which Jamshid said was fern seed, to be employed by those who knew the proper accompaniment of magical incantations, to make their corporeal persons invisible.

She got to play for the Blackville Society Tap Twizzlers when their own accompanist was arrested in Glace Bay.

Their example was universally imitated by Their principal subjects, who were not afraid of declaring to the world that they had spirit to conceive, and wealth to accomplish, the noblest undertakings.

It was naturally supposed, that the pious and humble monks, who had renounced the world to accomplish the work of their salvation, were the best qualified for the spiritual government of the Christians.

To accomplish that salutary end, Recared convened an assembly of the Arian clergy and nobles, declared himself a Catholic, and exhorted them to imitate the example of their prince.

The ample jurisdiction required by the farmers of the revenue to accomplish their engagements might be placed in an odious light, as if they had purchased from the emperor the lives and fortunes of their fellow-citizens.

As soon as they were relieved by the absence of the plebeian multitude, they encouraged each other, by interviews and messages, to accomplish their vow, and hasten their departure.