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our

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishourour /aʊə $ aʊr/ ●●● S1 W1 determiner [possessive form of ‘we’]  1 OWNbelonging to or connected with us a picture of our grandchildren You can stay at our house. We must preserve our natural environment. We must each take responsibility for our own actions.2 spokenFAMILY used to show that the person mentioned is your child, brother, or sister – used in northern England Our Sharon did really well in her exams.
Examples from the Corpus
our ownWill we leave peacefully of our own accord?It never allows us to blame others, or avoid responsibility for our own actions.And the pace of innovation and change has accelerated tremendously during our own century.If not, let us put our own house in order and not wait for others to do it for us.We must all take responsibility for our own lives, for their quality and flavor.We have our own lorry waiting.Young enough to have two good kids and get them grown and gone in time to have our own second childhoods.We bring our own stuff, do our own face, and he shows us how to do it.
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