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noun

A title used before the surname or full name of any woman regardless of her marital status (a neutral alternative to Mrs or Miss): Ms Sarah Brown
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  • Ms. Wilson, who married twice, held on to the house throughout her life, up until her recent death at the age of 98.
  • Ms Kumar’s career has been devoted to innovation and driving change through a number of organisations.

Origin

1950s: combination of Mrs and miss2.

Words that rhyme with Ms

biz, Cadíz, Cadiz, fizz, frizz, gee-whiz, his, is, Liz, phiz, quiz, squiz, swizz, tizz, viz, whizz, wiz, zizz

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MS 2 Line breaks: MS
Pronunciation: /ɛmˈɛs/

noun

[mass noun]

Origin

1950sː short for multiple sclerosis.

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MS 3 Line breaks: MS
Pronunciation: /ɛmˈɛs/

abbreviation

1.1Master of Science.
1.2Master of Surgery.
1.3Master Seaman.
1.5Motor ship.

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