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    plural of nouns ending with f

    chief: chiefs or chieves
    roof: roofs or rooves

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    Re: plural of nouns ending with f

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    chief: chiefs or chieves
    roof: roofs or rooves
    chiefs and roofs

    There are many websites (such as this one) that deal with the plural of nouns ending in f. I'm sorry to say that there are exceptions to every rule.

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