Crossword clues for his
- Her partner
- Half of some matching sets
- Friendly exchanges
- Familiar greetings
- Coldplay "Death and All ___ Friends"
- Capitalized Bible pronoun
- Belonging to the boy
- Belonging to a mister
- "A fool and ___ money are soon parted"
- "A fool and ___ money . . ."
- "A fool and __ money . . ."
- "--- Family" (Poole novel)
- "___ Girl Friday" (1940)
- "___ Dark Materials" (fantasy trilogy)
- "__ Way" (Sinatra biography)
- ''A fool and ___ money . . .''
- __-and-hers watches
- ___ Holiness Pope Francis
- ___ Dark Materials (Philip Pullman trilogy)
- ___ Dark Materials (Philip Pullman trilogy that includes "The Golden Compass")
- __ nibs (big shot)
- __ Holiness (Dalai Lama address)
- __ Accidency (John Tyler nickname)
- Words with waves
- Word substituted out in "herstory"
- Word replaced in "herstory"
- Word on one of two matching towels
- Word on a towel, perhaps
- Word on a towel for couples who I guess couldn't find different colored towels
- Word on a man's towel
- Word before Majesty or nibs
- U2 "If God Will Send ___ Angels"
- Towel lettering
- Towel applique
- Tom's Dick's or Harry's
- Thomas Manns Joseph and ___ Brothers
- The H in HMS
- Start of Grafton's eighth Millhone title
- Start of Grafton's eighth "Alphabet" title
- Some openers
- Some hand waves
- Sam Cooke’s “Touch the Hem of ___ Garment”
- Rorvik's "In ___ Image"
- Quick greetings
- Quaint coffee mug word
- Presley's "(Marie's the Name) __ Latest Flame"
- Presley's "__ Latest Flame"
- Possessive on a towel
- Possessive for Captain America
- Possessed by that bloke
- Partner of hers
- Part of H.I.M
- Part of a matching set, sometimes
- Owned by that guy
- Owned by that dude
- Opposite of hers
- One of two options on a stitched towel
- Of him
- Neil Young "Last of ___ Kind (The Farm Aid Song)"
- Mr.'s towel designation
- Matching towel possessive
- Masculine possessive pronoun
- Masculine possessive
- Man's possessive
- Male pronoun
- Male possessive pronoun
- Male possessive
- Like the other towel?
- Like some rings and towels
- Like some matching luggage pieces
- Lavatory signage
- It's possessive for a guy
- Intro to "Girl Friday," movie-wise
- Husband's towel word
- HMS part, sometimes
- Grafton's "--- for Homicide"
- Gaga "Fashion of ___ Love"
- Embroidery on some towels
- Embroidered word on a robe
- Embroidered word
- Embroidered possessive
- Email openers
- Crash Test Dummies "God Shuffled ___ Feet"
- Corny coffee cup mug word (that presumably comes with a pair)
- Celine Dion's "In ___ Touch"
- Captain Beefheart & ___ Magic Band
- Binary possessive
- Belonging to that gent
- Belonging to that fellow over there
- Belonging to a man
- Belonging to a bull or a boar
- Bathrobe identification, maybe
- Bathrobe designation
- "Yo" and "Wassup?"
- "Where the kisses are hers and hers and ___ ..." ("Three's Company" theme lyric)
- "Two for ___ heels" (cribbage player's declaration)
- "To each --- own"
- "The Shoop Shoop Song (It's in ___ Kiss)" (Cher hit)
- "The King Has Lost ___ Crown" (Abba song)
- "Snot running down ___ nose" (Jethro Tull)
- "Shoop Shoop Song (It's in __ Kiss)"
- "Saturn Devouring ___ Son" (Goya painting)
- "It's in --- Kiss"
- "It's in ___ Kiss" (subtitle of "The Shoop Shoop Song")
- "In ___ Touch" (Celine Dion song)
- "I Got Lost in ___ Arms" ("Annie Get Your Gun" tune)
- "I Got Lost in ___ Arms" ("Annie Get Your Gun" song)
- "He's a man of ___ word"
- "...he gave --- only begotten Son..." (John 3:16)
- "... whole world in --- hands"
- "... it's in ___ kiss"
- "... gave --- only begotten Son" (John 3:16)
- ". . . took one of __ ribs . . ."
- ". . . the summit of __ knowledge":"Twilight Zone" intro
- ". . . __ grace on thee"
- "--- Girl Friday" (1940)
- "___ Mistakes" (2008 Usher song)
- "___ Majesty" (what to call a king)
- "___ Last Bow" (1917 Sherlock Holmes story)
- "___ Girl Friday"
- "___ for Homicide" (Sue Grafton mystery)
- "___ Eye Is on the Sparrow" (hymn)
- "___ Eye Is on the Sparrow" (extensively covered gospel song)
- "___ Banner Over Me Is Love" (hymn)
- "___ & Hers" (former ESPN show)
- "___ & Hers" (ESPN2 show hosted by Michael Smith and Jemele Hill)
- "__ Very Best" (Willie Nelson album)
- "__ Latest Flame": Presley hit
- "__ Latest Flame" (Elvis tune)
- "__ Girl Friday": 1940 Cary Grant comedy
- "__ Dark Materials": HBO fantasy series
- ''To Each __ Own''
- ''... gave ___ only begotten Son'' (John 3:16)
- ___ nobs (cribbage one-pointer)
- ___ Master's Voice (RCA trademark)
- ___ Holiness the Dalai Lama
- ___ Eminence
- ___ Accidency, nickname for John Tyler
- __ Majesty (kingly address)
- __ Holiness (papal title)
- __ Eminence (Vatican title)
- Ironic title is never initially claimed by Scottish football team
- Towel word
- Informal greetings
- Welcome words
- Part of H.R.H., at times
- Towel stitching
- Towel inscription
- Greetings at meetings
- Common possessive
- "___ Girl Friday" (1940 Cary Grant movie)
- Old what's-___-name
- ___ Master's Voice (RCA logo)
- ___ Holiness the Pope
- Part of H.M.S.
- Mug marking, maybe
- Some fine how-do-you-dos
- One of a matching set
- Part of O.H.M.S.
- Matching pair designation
- The guy's
- One of the guy's
- The husband's
- Many e-mail starts
- ___ and hers bracelets
- ___ Majesty
- Matching pair marking
- What the "H" of H.M.S. may be
- 1961 Elvis hit "___ Latest Flame"
- Bill Haley and ___ Comets
- Counterpart of hers
- Embroidered word, at times
- Part of 10-Down, maybe
- "... might ___ quietus make": Hamlet
- "You will be ___" (last line of "Wishin' and Hopin'")
- ___ Honor
- Half of a matching set
- Holiness leader?
- ___ nibs (self-important one)
- "___ Last Bow" (Sherlock Holmes story)
- Word on a towel, sometimes
- Starts of many emails
- Half of a towel set
- Casual greetings
- Towel pronoun
- Towel identification
- ___ nibs (self-important sort)
- Rorvik's "In ___ Image . . . "
- Towel monogram
- Rorvik's "In ___ Image": 1978
- "_____ Way" (Sinatra bio)
- That guy's
- "To Each _____ Own"
- "___ Dog": Terhune
- Part of H.I.M.
- Linen marking
- "God shed ___ grace on thee"
- Possessive pronoun
- Towel sign
- Towel marking, perhaps
- Terhune's "___ Dog"
- The gent's
- Word with nibs
- Dad's or Gramp's
- Nibs or Honor
- Greeting son - that chap's
- Man’s expression of disapproval cut short
- Chap’s curtailed expression of disapproval
- Belonging to him
- The man's greetings
- That man’s
- That man's
- Quip, part 3
- Part of H.R.H., sometimes
- Towel designation
- Part of HRH
- Towel embroidery, sometimes
- Part of H.M.S
- That fellow's
- Opening words
- Towel term
- Quotation continues
- Part of HMS, at times
- Not hers or theirs
- "America the Beautiful" pronoun
- That dude's
- Belonging to that guy
- One of a matching pair
- "Killing Me Softly With ___ Song"
- __ Majesty the King
- Verbal waves
- Common pronoun
- That gentleman's
- "To each ___ own"
- "To each __ own"
- Towel embroidery word
- "___ Master's Voice" (gramophone slogan)
- Word on a husband's towel
- Towel insignia
- That boy's
- That bloke's
- Part of HRH, at times
- Gender-specific possessive
- Embroidered pronoun
- "A man's home is ___ castle"
- & hers
- __ Honor
- Towel possessive
- Some waves
- Part of O.H.M.S
- Part of HRH, sometimes
- Introductory words
- Her mate
- Her counterpart
- Friendly greetings
- Word on terrycloth, sometimes
- Short waves?
- Short greetings
- Quick hellos
- Pronoun on a towel
- Old what's-__-name
- Her match?
- Half of a matched set
- Half a matching set
- Grafton's "___ for Homicide"
- For the chap
- Casual hellos
- Belonging to the man
- A possessive
- -- and hers
- Towel ID
- To each ___ own
- The dude's
- That lad's
- That gent's
- That chap's
- Poole novel, "___ Family"
- Part of a matched set
- Masculine pronoun
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
He \He\ (h[=e]), pron. [nom. He; poss. His (h[i^]z); obj. Him (h[i^]m); pl. nom. They ([th][=a]); poss. Their or Theirs ([th][^a]rz or [th][=a]rz); obj. Them ([th][e^]m).] [AS. h[=e], masc., he['o], fem., hit, neut.; pl. h[=i], or hie, hig; akin to OFries. hi, D. hij, OS. he, hi, G. heute to-day, Goth. himma, dat. masc., this, hina, accus. masc., and hita, accus. neut., and prob. to L. his this. [root]183. Cf. It.]
The man or male being (or object personified to which the masculine gender is assigned), previously designated; a pronoun of the masculine gender, usually referring to a specified subject already indicated.
Thy desire shall be to thy husband, and he shall rule over thee.
--Gen. iii. 16.
Thou shalt fear the Lord thy God; him shalt thou serve.
--Deut. x. 20.
Any one; the man or person; -- used indefinitely, and usually followed by a relative pronoun.
He that walketh with wise men shall be wise.
--Prov. xiii. 20.
Man; a male; any male person; -- in this sense used substantively.
I stand to answer thee, Or any he, the proudest of thy sort.
Note: When a collective noun or a class is referred to, he is of common gender. In early English, he referred to a feminine or neuter noun, or to one in the plural, as well as to noun in the masculine singular. In composition, he denotes a male animal; as, a he-goat.
His \His\ (h[i^]z), pron. [AS. his of him, his, gen. masc. & neut. of h[=e], neut. hit. See He.]
Belonging or pertaining to him; -- used as a pronominal adjective or adjective pronoun; as, tell John his papers are ready; formerly used also for its, but this use is now obsolete.
No comfortable star did lend his light.
Who can impress the forest, bid the tree Unfix his earth-bound root?
Note: Also formerly used in connection with a noun simply as a sign of the possessive. ``The king his son.''
--Shak. ``By young Telemachus his blooming years.''
--Pope. This his is probably a corruption of the old possessive ending -is or -es, which, being written as a separate word, was at length confounded with the pronoun his.
The possessive of he; as, the book is his. ``The sea is his, and he made it.''
--Ps. xcv. 5.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Old English his (genitive of he), from Proto-Germanic *hisa (cognates: Gothic is, German es). Originally also the neuter possessive pronoun, but replaced in that sense c.1600 by its. In Middle English, hisis was tried for the absolute pronoun (compare her/hers), but it failed to stick. For dialectal his'n, see her.
det. Belonging to him. (from 8th c.) pron. 1 That which belongs to him; the possessive case of he, used without a following noun. 2 (alternative spelling of His English)
His is the possessive form of he.
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Usage examples of "his".
A shadow seemed to settle on his heart as he thought of the Aberrant lady they had met in Axekami.
It seems likely that Raeder took this step largely because he wanted to anticipate any sudden aberration of his unpredictable Leader.
This was the final consequence and the shattering cost of the aberration which came over the Nazi dictator in his youthful gutter days in Vienna and which he imparted to - or shared with - so many of his German followers.
For the mind and the passion of Hitler - all the aberrations that possessed his feverish brain - had roots that lay deep in German experience and thought.
Ab his cognoscit non longe ex eo loco oppidum Cassivellauni abesse silvis paludibusque munitum, quo satis magnus hominum pecorisque numerus onvenerit.
No one could doubt that Philip Augustus would abet his vassal, the Countess of Poitou, in dispositions so well calculated to thwart the Angevin.
I dreamed that night that she had married a professional gambler, who cut her throat in the course of the first six months because the dear child refused to aid and abet his nefarious schemes.
Here was my wife, who had secretly aided and abetted her son in his design, and been the recipient of his hopes and fears on the subject, turning to me, who had dared to utter a feeble protest or two only to be scoffed at, and summarily sat upon, asking if the game was really safe.
I am charged with aiding and abetting his escape it seems to me that I have a right to know who he is.
The conflict, grown beyond the scope of original plans, had become nothing less than a fratricidal war between the young king and the Count of Poitou for the succession to the Angevin empire, a ghastly struggle in which Henry was obliged to take a living share, abetting first one and then the other of his furious sons.
The name of his partially duped accomplice and abettor in this last marvelous assault, is no other than PHILIP LYNCH, Editor and Proprietor of the Gold Hill News.
These observations arose out of a motion made by Lord Bathurst, who had been roughly handled by the mob on Friday, for an address praying that his majesty would give immediate orders for prosecuting, in the most effectual manner, the authors, abettors, and instruments of the outrages committed both in the vicinity of the houses of parliament and upon the houses and chapels of the foreign ministers.
I interrupted Abey in the middle of his telling me how beautiful Cleveland was in the winter and went to call her.
Scott Velie commenced his prepared speech as he sat, holding in abeyance his moment for rising, which was timed to occur at the delivery of a key sentence halfway into his brief statement.
Then the witch with her abhominable science, began to conjure and to make her Ceremonies, to turne the heart of the Baker to his wife, but all was in vaine, wherefore considering on the one side that she could not bring her purpose to passe, and on the other side the losse of her gaine, she ran hastily to the Baker, threatning to send an evill spirit to kill him, by meane of her conjurations.