List of Possessive noun in English

Possessive nouns are such types of nouns that show the possession quality for any person, place, thing, or else it possesses the subject of the sentence.

Depending on the subject or anything, which is either singular or plural form refers to the quality of the possessive nouns.

List of Possessive Noun a-z

  1. Additives and spices’ costs
  2. Airplanes’ wheels
  3. Alarms’ ringing
  4. Americans’ ideals
  5. Ankles’ bones
  6. Another – another’s
  7. Anybody – anybody’s
  8. Apple’s taste
  9. Armchairs’ arms
  10. Attorney General’s job
  11. Babies’ shoes
  12. Babies’ crib
  13. Bacteria’s growth
  14. Bathrooms’ taps
  15. Birds and bees’ habits
  16. Bird’s wings
  17. Boss’s car
  18. Bus stops’ repair
  19. Cabbages’ nutrition
  20. Cacti’s needles
  21. Cacti’s thorns
  22. California’s climate
  23. Cat’s tuna
  24. Cattle’s pasture
  25. Chairs’ paintwork
  26. Changing-rooms’ door
  27. Cherries’ stones
  28. Children’s hats
  29. Children’s toys
  30. Clocks’ hands
  31. Clocks’ needles
  32. Dad’s gift
  33. deer’s antlers
  34. Deer’s fur
  35. Die’s roll
  36. Dishes’ patterns
  37. Donors’ cards
  38. Each one – each one’s
  39. Each other – each other’s
  40. Eggs’ color
  41. Ex-wives’ alimony
  42. Fairies’ wings
  43. Feet’s toenails
  44. Fishermen’s nets
  45. Fish’s scales
  46. Five-year-olds’ excitement
  47. Formulae’s indication
  48. Frogs’ croaking
  49. Front-runner’s confidence
  50. Full moon’s brightness
  51. Fungi’s location
  52. Garages’ fees
  53. Garlic’s paste
  54. Geese’s eggs
  55. Half sisters’ bedrooms
  56. Hampers’ conditions
  57. Hansel and Gretel’s adventure
  58. Her diet is working
  59. Hippopotami’s strength
  60. His work is good.
  61. Honeymoon’s sweet
  62. House’s rules
  63. I see your coat. (singular)
  64. Igloos’ construction
  65. Inventions’ popularity
  66. It is all yours. (plural)
  67. Its name is The Tower.
  68. Judges’ wigs
  69. Juices’ flavors
  70. Jupiter and Saturn’s atmospheres
  71. Kites’ altitudes
  72. Knives’ blades
  73. Last bencher’s attitude
  74. Lemons’ acidity
  75. Lice’s appetite
  76. Lice’s size
  77. Man and wife’s vows
  78. Master’s blessing
  79. Media’s influence
  80. Members’ votes
  81. Mentor’s advice
  82. mice’s lifespan
  83. Mice’s traps
  84. Mid-December’s cold
  85. Middle class’s income
  86. Middle class’s income
  87. Middle class’s lifestyle
  88. Mid-June’s heat
  89. Mother’s love
  90. My brother’s bike
  91. My car runs great.
  92. My sister-in-law’s advice
  93. No one – no one’s
  94. Nobody – nobody’s
  95. Notre Dame’s tower
  96. Nuclei’s form
  97. Nuts’ saltiness
  98. Octopi’s legs
  99. Oil spills’ costs
  100. One – One’s
  101. Owls’ eyes
  102. Oxen’s diet
  103. Oxen’s nostrils
  104. Parents’ books
  105. People’s eyes
  106. People’s ideas
  107. Phenomena’s rate
  108. Planets’ orbits
  109. Post Offices’ hours
  110. Postmen’s bags
  111. Potatoes’ skin
  112. Quizzes’ difficulty
  113. Real estate’s decline
  114. Recesses’ measurements
  115. Salt and pepper’s flavors
  116. Sheep’s wool
  117. Six packs’ appeal
  118. Somebody – somebody’s
  119. Someone – someone’s
  120. Someone’s vehicle
  121. Something – something’s
  122. Sonny and Cher’s fame
  123. Students’ grades
  124. Sun’s rays
  125. Suspects’ fingerprints
  126. Tables’ legs
  127. Teachers’ qualifications
  128. Teeth’s cavities
  129. Teeth’s size
  130. That is mine.
  131. The bag is hers.
  132. The fault is theirs. (plural)
  133. The house is ours.
  134. The Smiths’ house
  135. Their smiles are welcome. (singular)
  136. Tree’s bark
  137. Trucks’ wheels
  138. T-shirt’s logo
  139. T-shirt’s logo
  140. U-boats’ stealth
  141. Umbrellas’ handles
  142. Unicorns’ power
  143. Violins’ melody
  144. Wagons’ circle
  145. Water-bottles’ shape
  146. Witches’ hats
  147. Women’s clothes
  148. Women’s names
  149. Women’s shoes
  150. Yellowstone National Park’s hours
  151. Yokes’ material
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