Fly Plural, What is the plural of Fly?

Meaning: (of a bird, bat, or insect) move through the air using wings.

Singular and Plural of Fly

Singular Plural
Fly Flies

Fly as a Singular Noun in Example Sentences:

  1. I saw a tiny fly buzzing around.
  2. The fly landed on my arm for a moment.
  3. I swatted the annoying fly with a newspaper.
  4. The fly kept circling the ripe fruit.
  5. A housefly is a common type of fly.
  6. The fly was attracted to the bright light.
  7. I caught the fly in a jar and released it outside.
  8. The buzzing sound of the fly was irritating.
  9. The fly landed on the picnic table, searching for crumbs.
  10. The fly darted away as I approached.

Fly as a Plural Noun in Example Sentences:

  1. I noticed a few flies in the kitchen.
  2. The garden was infested with annoying flies.
  3. The window screen kept the flies
  4. I set up a trap to catch the fruit flies.
  5. The garbage bin attracted a swarm of flies.
  6. The picnic was spoiled by pesky flies.
  7. I tried to shoo away the buzzing flies.
  8. The restaurant had to take action against the fruit flies.
  9. The sticky paper caught several flies.
  10. The porch was covered in dead flies.

Singular Possessive of Fly

The singular possessive form of “Fly” is “Fly’s”.

Examples of Singular Possessive Form of Fly:

  1. The Fly’s wings shimmered in the sunlight.
  2. I could see the Fly’s intricate patterns up close.
  3. The Fly’s movements were quick and agile.
  4. I observed the Fly’s behavior through a magnifying glass.
  5. The spider caught the Fly’s legs in its web.
  6. The entomologist studied the anatomy of the Fly’s eyes.
  7. I captured the Fly’s image with a macro lens.
  8. The Fly’s buzzing sound annoyed me.
  9. The predator swooped down to catch the Fly’s prey.
  10. I gently released the Fly’s delicate wings.

Plural Possessive of Fly

The plural possessive form of “Fly” is “Flies'”.

Examples of Plural Possessive Form of Fly:

  1. The jar was filled with dead Flies’.
  2. I observed the Flies’ behavior in their natural habitat.
  3. The researcher studied the migration patterns of Flies’.
  4. The insect collector displayed the preserved Flies’.
  5. I noticed the different sizes of the Flies’ wings.
  6. The swarm of Flies’ moved in unison.
  7. The children tried to catch the Flies’ with a net.
  8. I avoided walking through the cloud of Flies’.
  9. The farmer used insecticides to control the population of Flies’.
  10. I found the Flies’ feeding habits fascinating.

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Last updated on June 10th, 2023 at 11:46 am