Countries Ending in S

Name the countries that end in S.
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Last updated: February 26, 2018
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North America
Bahamas
Barbados
Honduras
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
United States
Africa
Comoros
Mauritius
Seychelles
Europe
Belarus
Netherlands
Asia
Cyprus
Laos
Maldives
Philippines
United Arab Emirates
Oceania
Marshall Islands
Solomon Islands
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Level 46
Nov 20, 2016
Perhaps allow without 'the'.
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Level 50
Nov 21, 2016
Australia as a continent ?
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Level 71
Feb 26, 2018
This is a great quiz and definitely should be featured! Here are some suggestions for getting it featured:

-Change 'Australia' to 'Oceania'

-Make colored boxes the normal blue color

-Remove South America box alltogether

-Change 'The Netherlands' to 'Netherlands'

-Change the 'St' in the countries that have that in their name to 'St.'

-Adjust box dimensions so that Marshall Islands and Solomon

Islands each fit on one line

These will not make the quiz inherently better, but will make it Jetpunk standard. I don't work for Jetpunk or anything, but based on what I've seen, quizzes that fit in with other quizzes get featured more often.

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Level 66
Feb 26, 2018
Most of those have been fixed!
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Level 69
Apr 3, 2018
There’s a reason Americans from the USA chant USA

I.e. the United States of America doesn’t end in S!

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Level 62
Apr 12, 2018
I might argue that "USA" being an accepted answer to get "United States" while "US" is not, kind of speaks for itself as to why USA should not be included in this list. Additionally, the Declaration of Independence's title includes "the United States of America."

On the other hand, however, many official documents include both "United States" and "United States of America," so who am I to say?

Maybe there are other examples / counterexamples where shortened forms may change the list?

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Level 36
Jul 31, 2020
Turks and Caicos
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Level 28
Feb 5, 2023
Not an independent country