amoung

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amoung

  1. Archaic spelling of among.
    • 1838, American Anti-Slavery Society, The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Part 2 of 4[1]:
      He looked round amoung the slaves again, and inquired for Harry.
    • 1924, Samuel Derieux, “The Trial in Tom Belchers' Store”, in O Henry Memorial Award Prize Stories of 1919[2]:
      There was a slight shuffling movement amoung the men crowded about.
    • 2004, Chartered Management Institute, “Published reports”, in The Business Energy Survey (2004)[3]:
      An assessment of the motivation and energy levels found amoung UK managers, based on a survey of over 1,500.
    • 2011, Hackney.gov.uk, “Markets”, in Shop front traders[4]:
      Shops, cafes and bars that trade on Hackney's streets are required by law to have a licence. This includes tables and chairs and fruit and veg stalls, amoung others.