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noun, plural M's or Ms, m's or ms.
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plural Mses. [miz-uh z] /ˈmɪz əz/.
Newspaper editors sometimes reject Ms. except in quoted matter. Others use whichever of the three titles a woman prefers if her preference is known. Increasingly, newspapers avoid the use of all three titles by referring to women by their full names in first references ( Sarah Brady; Margaret Bourke-White ) and by surname only, as with men, in subsequent references: Brady, Bourke-White. Since all three titles— Ms., Miss, and Mrs. —remain in use, the preference of the woman being named or addressed or the practice of the organization or publication in which the name is to appear is often followed.
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Examples from the Web for ms
Ms Zhang said the church had been illegally built and was structurally unsound.Christians Form Human Shield Around Church in China's 'Jerusalem'|The Telegraph|April 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Which means, Ms Anderson and all you Olympians, that Tinder might be the best thing to ever hit the Olympic Village.
Ms Magdy noted how different the situation was now compared to three years ago.
In MS, the amount and quality of myelin is abnormal, replaced by “sclerotic” plaques, the hallmark of the disease.
Trevor Bayne deserves praise for pushing ahead with his life and NASCAR career after his MS diagnosis.
I was careful not to inflict the MS upon you until I had thoroughly and painstakingly revised it.The Letters Of Mark Twain, Volume 3, 1876-1885|Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
The expedition could scarcely have reached Mendota as stated by Cutter (Ms, p. 218) since the latter is nearly 50 mi.Colonial Expeditions to the Interior of California Central Valley, 1800-1820|Sherburne Friend Cook
The mesentery, ms, is here of considerable length and continues around the yolk in a layer of diminishing thickness.Development of the Digestive Canal of the American Alligator|Albert M. Reese
MS, medullary sheath, the dark, irregular ring just inside the bundles.Wood and Forest|William Noyes
The first of these lines is obviously borrowed from that in the MS, of the Harl.Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border Volume III (of 3)|Walter Scott
British Dictionary definitions for ms (1 of 4)
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Word Origin for MS
British Dictionary definitions for ms (4 of 4)
abbreviation for plural MSS. mss.
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Culture definitions for ms
A title used before a woman's name, pronounced “Miz” and corresponding to Mr. before a man's.