y'all's

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y’all +‎ -’s

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y'all's

  1. (Southern US) Possessive of y’all (standing in for your).
    Here are y’all’s tickets for the show tonight.
    • 2004, David Sedaris, Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim, Little, Brown, →ISBN, page 80:
      “I ought to kick y’all’s asses,” he said. “Walking out on me the way you done, that’s no way to treat a friend.”

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y’all’s

  1. (Southern US) Possessive of y’all (standing in for yours).
    This drink’s mine; Bill and Joe, those drinks are y’all’s.

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