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  • 1 amongst — (prep.) mid 13c., amonges, from AMONG (Cf. among) with adverbial genitive. Parasitic t first attested 16c. (see AMIDST (Cf. amidst)). It is well established in the south of England, but not much heard in the north. By similar evolutions, alongst… …

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  • 2 amongst — [ə muŋst′] prep. [ AMONG + adv. gen. s + unhistoric t] chiefly Brit. var. of AMONG …

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  • 3 amongst — among, amongst 1. Among is now roughly ten times more common than amongst. It is the oldest form, which gave rise to the by forms amonges (14c, no longer in use) and among(e)st (16c). There is no demonstrable difference of meaning between the two …

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  • 4 amongst — /əˈmʌŋst / (say uh mungst) preposition 1. among. –phrase 2. get amongst, a. (of a wild animal) to move into (a flock, herd, etc.) in search of prey, causing panic: a fox getting amongst the chooks. b. to engage in doing, acquiring, consuming, etc …

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  • 5 Amongst — Among A*mong , Amongst A*mongst , prep. [OE. amongist, amonges, amonge, among, AS. onmang, ongemang, gemang, in a crowd or mixture. For the ending st see {Amidst}. See {Mingle}.] 1. Mixed or mingled; surrounded by. [1913 Webster] They heard, And… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 6 amongst — [[t]əmʌ̱ŋst[/t]] PREP Amongst means the same as among. [LITERARY] Syn: among …

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  • 7 amongst — preposition see among …

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  • 8 amongst — /euh mungst , euh mungkst /, prep. Chiefly Brit. among. [1200 50; earlier amongs, ME amonges, equiv. to among AMONG + es adv. gen. suffix; excrescent t as in AGAINST] * * * …

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  • 9 amongst — a|mongst [ ə mʌŋst ] preposition MAINLY LITERARY AMONG …

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  • 10 amongst — a·mongst || É™ mʌŋ(st) prep. amid, in; between …

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  • 11 amongst — prep. See among …

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  • 12 amongst — UK [əˈmʌŋst] / US preposition mainly literary among …

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  • 13 amongst — [əˈmʌŋst] preposition 1) included in a particular group of people or things Robert was the only one among them who had ever ridden a horse.[/ex] They discussed, among other things, the future of the oil industry.[/ex] The winner was selected from …

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  • 14 amongst — a•mongst [[t]əˈmʌŋst, əˈmʌŋkst[/t]] prep. brit. among • Etymology: 1200–50; ME amonges=among among+ es s; for t see against …

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  • 15 AMONGST — …

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  • 16 Amongst the Catacombs of Nephren-Ka — Студийный альбом …

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  • 17 Amongst Women — (dt.: „Unter Frauen“) ist eine Novelle des Irischen Dichters John McGahern (1934 2006). Die Geschichte beschreibt den verbitterten, alternden Irish Republican Army (IRA) Veteranen Michael Moran und dessen Tyrannei gegen seine Frau und die ihre… …

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  • 18 Amongst Barbarians — is* a play (1989) by British playwright Michael Wall first performed at the Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester prior to a transfer to the Hampstead Theatre in London ; and* a British made for TV movie (1990) directed by Jane Howell starring David …

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  • 19 Amongst the Medici — is a radio documentary series by historian Bettany Hughes. The series aired in 3 parts on BBC Radio 4 between February March 2006.The series was billed as a three part re evaluation of one of the most creative and complicated partnerships in the… …

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  • 20 Amongst the Catacombs of Nephren-Ka — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Para entender el porque el disco es asi, se necesita entender la historia de este Faraon y porque se llama Nephren ka. Primero, nephren ka sinifica metemeloa ka (traducido en latin). Este faraon se masturbaba… …

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