you and yours

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you and yours (uncountable)

  1. (colloquial) Yourself and your family or loved ones, usually in salutations.
    • 2000, Ken Beck, Jim Clark, The Andy Griffith Show Book, p. 88:
      He is always sincere, with his big grin and his wish of "Lots of luck to you and yours!"
    • 2010, Peter G. Thomas and Pat Thomas, The Sineacham, p. 14:
      May the sun shine warm upon you and yours.