By visiting Admiralty or Causeway Bay or mong Kok, they see that it's not a dirty affair.
mong knew that the Meander stage would leave for Comanche at eight in the morning, or two hours before the drawing began.
I 'spect one of them missionaries 'mong the heathenish Greasers.
Then spake the noble monarch: / "Who is 'mong men of mine, That knoweth land and people / dwelling far by Rhine?"
They told me that old Norna's cave was 'mong these rocks, and yet I find it not.
Beggared of joy himself, Jack should yet be "as the eye of Taurus 'mong his fellows."
He was confined to heavings and shruggin's and copious mong Jews!
An' all 'long thet shore 'twas known es Frog Ferry 'mong the squirrel folks.'
When morning-time come, we go away from all these noisy peoples, we go 'mong the Egyptian peoples.
Quarrellin' 'mong themselves now, mark you, beef bein' as scarce as diamonds in them hard times.
a mongrel dog; by extension, an idiot