Wish Plural, What is the Plural of Wish?

Meaning: feel or express a strong desire

Singular and Plural of wish

Singular Plural
wish wishes

Wish as a Singular Noun in Example Sentences:

  1. I made a wish upon a shooting star.
  2. Her one wish was to travel the world.
  3. He closed his eyes and made a silent wish.
  4. My childhood wish was to become an astronaut.
  5. The genie granted his deepest wish.
  6. She blew out the candles and made a wish.
  7. A shooting star is said to grant a wish.
  8. He made a wish before blowing out the birthday candles.
  9. I have one final wish before I die.
  10. The fairy godmother granted Cinderella’s wish.

Wish as a Plural Noun in Example Sentences:

  1. I have so many wishes for the future.
  2. They wrote their wishes on slips of paper.
  3. The children shared their Christmas wishes with Santa.
  4. We all have hopes and wishes for the new year.
  5. They made their wishes known to the universe.
  6. The fountain is known for granting people’s wishes.
  7. She blew out the candles, surrounded by family and wishes.
  8. The Make-A-Wish Foundation fulfills children’s wishes.
  9. Their birthday celebration was filled with presents and wishes.
  10. The starry sky inspired them to dream big and have wishes.

Singular Possessive of Wish 

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

Examples of Singular Possessive Form of Wish:

  1. I saw Wish’s car parked outside the mall.
  2. The book is Wish’s favorite possession.
  3. The responsibility of the project falls on Wish’s shoulders.
  4. Wish’s dream was to travel the world.
  5. The success of the business depends on Wish’s decisions.
  6. Everyone admired Wish’s beautiful garden.
  7. Wish’s voice echoed through the auditorium.
  8. The painting on the wall is Wish’s creation.
  9. Wish’s determination led them to victory.
  10. We celebrated Wish’s birthday with a surprise party.

Plural Possessive of Wish 

The plural possessive form of “Wish” is “Wishes'”. 

Examples of Plural Possessive Form of Wish:

  1. I invited all of my friends to wishes’ party.
  2. The company considered wishes’ opinions before making a decision.
  3. Wishes’ dreams came true one by one.
  4. We admired wishes’ dedication to their craft.
  5. The team celebrated wishes’ victory with joy.
  6. Wishes’ efforts were rewarded with success.
  7. The students followed wishes’ instructions carefully.
  8. We listened to wishes’ stories with great interest.
  9. Wishes’ aspirations inspired others to aim higher.
  10. The committee considered wishes’ suggestions for improvement.

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Last updated on June 8th, 2023 at 10:56 am