What Is the Plural of Deer?

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Deer is a word that is used as a noun and its singular is identical to its plural. It is regarded as a regular noun by some linguists. However, the plural deers is listed in some dictionaries.
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The plural form of the word 'deer' is still deer. The other words in the sentence should reflect its plural meaning. For example, you might say 'The herd of deer ran across the road
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The plural form for deer is deer.
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Some nouns don't change at all when they become plural. These include deer, fish, sheep, and species.
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