The possessive form for the plural noun clowns is clowns'.The possessive form for the singular noun clown is clown's.
The possessive singular noun for clown is clown's, e.g. "That clown's clothes are very colourful."The possessive plural noun for clowns is clowns', e.g. Those clowns' clothes are very colourful.
research shows the decline in clowns is linked to the decline in clown cobblers. Further exacerbating the problem is the existing shoes are wearing out at similar rates to the decline in clowns. Simply put, there is a finite number of clown shoes, due to a clown cobbler shortage, train more clown cobblers and clown numbers will naturally increase, as dictated by Darwinian theory.
A clown fish?
Yes, the word clown is both a verb (clown, clowns, clowning, clowned) and a noun (clown, clowns). Examples:verb: Don't clown around while you're eating.noun: The clown had a gift for each child.
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No, clowns is a plural noun. The singular form is clown.
no beuase clowns are nice
people who have phobia of clowns (are scared of clowns).
un clown (masc.), des clowns (masc. pl.)
I have posted my reply already, in depth, if one looks under 'clown' 'clowns' or 'circus clowns'
they will eat clowns.
CreppyLosersOffenders of the lawWtfNot funnyScary
crusty the clown
evil clowns can exist yes if the person in the clown costume is evil
The character Murray's life is as chaotic as the clown car in a circus that has a thousand clowns coming out of it.
A child that is in elementary school would be more likely to enjoy wearing a wicked clown costume than one that is younger and associates clowns with fun.
The clown's name is Pennywise.
Coulrophobia is the fear of clowns. i have it, sadly...