The following questions are duplicates:
- should a list of tokens be called a "token list" or a "tokens list"
- "User accounts" or "users account"
The accepted answer (by Peter Shor) in the token list question has reasoning, exceptions, an ngram chart, and also answers the typical case.
The accepted answer in the user accounts question is just
<singular-noun> <plural-noun> is the way to go. (with some formatting). Even taking the 3 answers to this question together, Peter Shor's answer is still more comprehensive.
The token list question was closed as a duplicate of the user accounts question. To further Stack Exchange's goal to build libraries of high-quality questions and answers, whichever question and whichever answer has the highest quality should be made canonical.
I'd like to request a review of whether the direction of the duplicate closure furthers that goal.
UPDATE As R.M. points out, the questions are actually different and should not be considered duplicates of each other. That is, it would appear that good answers to one don't work for the other. If so, we should consider de-linking the questions (i.e. neither is a duplicate for the other).