What Is the Plural of MRs?

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The plural of Mrs. is Mmes or Mmes, while the plural of Mr. is Messrs. Historically, the title Mrs. originated from the respect title of mistress, which is in fact the female equivalent of mister.
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The plural is "Mesdames Garcia" As far as I know, there is no established abbreviation for Mesdames.
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Mrs pl. Mmes. (m-däm', -dm') Used as a courtesy title for a married/widowed woman before
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Indeed we can pluralise both Mr and Mrs. The plural of Mr is Messrs. (an abbreviation of the French "Messieurs", pronounced "messers"): # I sent the letter to
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Do yourself a favor and throw away that book. Swann once again proves he is an idiot who should never be allowed anywhere near an ESL classroom! Only forms such as courts marshall
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The plural of Mr. or Mister is MSSRS (Misseurs). This is derived from the French. The French version of Mister is Misseur, which we shortened to Mister. ...
The plural of Mr. or Mister is MSSRS (Misseurs). This is derived from the French. The French version of Mister is Misseur, which we shortened to Mister. ...
The plural of Mr. or Mister is MSSRS (Misseurs). This is derived from the French. The French version of Mister is Misseur, which we shortened to Mister. ...
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