- n. possessive case of other
“Each side is calling the other's arguments laughable, delusional, disingenuous, and worse.”
“Both sides suggested they were calling the other's bluff.”
“Tuesday's lawsuits were separate actions, and neither the Manhattan U.S. Attorney's office nor the New York State Attorney General referred to the other's case in their respective press releases.”
“She lived in Dallas, I lived in Austin, and in addition to visits to each other's homes, we began going camping once or twice a year during a season when the smaller jewels of Texas state parks would not be overrun.”
“Welsh cyberspace "is mainly a gang of Plaidies soothing each other's egos" as Leighton Andrews would remind us.”
“It is mainly a gang of Plaidies soothing each other's egos.”
“She befriended other seniors at her co-op, and she took to visiting her daughters -- one's in Chicago, the other's in Connecticut -- and her grandchildren more often.”
“Our food traditions and spiritual experiences may be diverse, but they all establish a common ground and give us a reference point from which to share in each other's life and to learn from each other.”
“And even though we were kind of pushed into each other's arms by tragedy, I really thought we had something that would last.”
“You want to honestly listen to each other's feelings, make each other happy.”
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Anything with to do with the word "other," or any sort of otherness (including words with the letters o-t-h-e-r, in that order, in their definitions).
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