Word:

Among

A`mong´
prep.1.Mixed or mingled; surrounded by.
They heard,
And from his presence hid themselves among
The thickest trees.
- Milton.
2.Conjoined, or associated with, or making part of the number of; in the number or class of.
Blessed art thou among women.
- Luke i. 28.
3.Expressing a relation of dispersion, distribution, etc.; also, a relation of reciprocal action.
What news among the merchants?
- Shak.
Human sacrifices were practiced among them.
- Hume.
Divide that gold amongst you.
- Marlowe.
Whether they quarreled among themselves, or with their neighbors.
- Addison.
amidst, among, amongst, at, betwixt and between, by, from, in, mid, midst, near, next to, on, to, together with, toward, with
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amoebic
amoebic dysentery
Amoebida
Amoebiform
Amoebina
amoebiosis
amoeboid
Amoeboid movement
Amoebous
amok
Amole
Amolition
Amomum
Amon
Amon-Ra
Amoneste
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Amontillado
Amor
amora
amoral
amoralism
amoralist
amorality
amorally
Amoret
Amorette
Amorist
amoristic
Amorosa
Amorosity
Amoroso
Amorous
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