amongst

[ uh-muhngst, uh-muhngkst ]SEE DEFINITION OF amongst

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Amongst them was one for Mr. Raymount with a broad black border.

He had met him amongst "Hester's friends," and was much taken with him.

That is to say, Kingu, she set on high, she made him the great one amongst them.

You have two eyes of your own, and we have but a single one amongst us three.

Excuse me for insinuating by this expression, that there may yet be amongst you some novices.

Who is there amongst you who cannot or who will not justify when they are accused?

Amongst the deep woods of Marsden, Donald Morrison spent his young years.

Amongst other services the monks rendered was the cultivation of learning and knowledge.

"That proves that she had not found one amongst them that She liked," said Ormond.

Women and men, amongst whom were several journalists, were inundated.

WORD ORIGIN

mid-13c., amonges, from among with adverbial genitive. Parasitic -t first attested 16c. (see amidst). It is well established in the south of England, but not much heard in the north. By similar evolutions, alongst also existed in Middle English.

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