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What Is the Plural of Sir?

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The plural of the word sir is gentlemen. According to some sources, 'sirs' also serves as the plural of the word sir. Sir is a term used in formal correspondence to refer to a man whose name one does not know.
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No, the plural form of sir is gentlemen. The is no such word as "sirs. Another answer: The word 'sirs' does indeed exist and is perfectly acceptable (see, for example, the Chambers
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The plural of sir is sirs. If you are writing a letter Dear Sirs and Madams is the proper
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Since it's an appelation used in addressing an individual, my guess is that it cannot have a plural, or the plural would be gentlemen.
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Everyone please note, this is not a question about how to address a letter: the asker is going to be talking in person to a group of mixed men and women. I'm not sure why you think
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Dear sir and madam in plural form can be written as dear gentlemen and madams. These are polite forms of address for women and men that are commonly used in direct ...
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