Them

Them (&thlig;ĕm) pron. [ Anglo-Saxon ðǣm , dat. plural of the article, but influenced by the Scand. use of the corresponding form þeim as a personal pronoun. See They .] The objective case of they. See They . « Go ye rather to them that sel...
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Them

• (pron.) The objective case of they. See They.
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them

(from the article `American literature`) In her early work, especially A Garden of Earthly Delights (1967) and them (1969), Joyce Carol Oates worked naturalistically with violent urban ...
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