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Plural without an S (Posted on 2009-03-24) Difficulty: 3 of 5
How many relatively common singular nouns can you think of that, when you remove an "s", become a relatively common plural noun?

For example: PRINCESS (singular) becomes PRINCES (plural).

I know of at least four more, one of which only has one "s" to begin with.

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re(2): I believe there are more than these.... (spoiler)Sing4TheDay2009-03-26 12:24:10
re: I believe there are more than these.... (spoiler)brianjn2009-03-24 20:51:57
SolutionI believe there are more than these.... (spoiler)Dej Mar2009-03-24 18:43:07
re: spoilerDej Mar2009-03-24 11:06:26
anotherCharlie2009-03-24 10:38:18
spoilerClaire2009-03-24 10:21:45
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