Definition of "sleuths" [sleuths]

  • (noun) Plural form of sleuth.
  • (verb) Third-person singular simple present indicative form of sleuth.

Use "sleuths" in a sentence

  • "HILL: And the word sleuths at Lake Superior State University have unveiled their 35th annual list of words they say should be banished -- 35 years running -- 15 words making the cut this year."
  • "The existence among us of these aesthetic sleuths is good evidence, I think, that the enjoyment of art is not altogether a simple, intuitive reaction in the presence of a masterpiece."
  • "Mattel, the Willy Wonka-esque makers of most board games, has relented under the pressure of unimaginative word sleuths by allowing pro-nouns onto the checkered boards."

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