Plural Nouns

What is the plural form of furniture?

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2012-06-30 01:27:40

There is no plural form for furniture. It remains furniture. Multiples are expressed in pieces or quantity; for example:

  • a piece of furniture, pieces of furniture
  • some furniture, more furniture, less furniture, a lot of furniture
  • a suite of furniture, suites of furniture
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