among, amongst: in the middle of, surrounded by, between
among us between us
among other things as well as other things
Among and amongst have the same meaning. Among is mainly used in the USA, while amongst is mainly used in Great Britain and Australia.
UK: I enjoy knitting and reading, amongst other things.
US: One of you among us is a traitor.
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