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Origin of ament2
OTHER WORDS FROM amenta·men·tal [ey-men-tl], /eɪˈmɛn tl/, adjective
How to use ament in a sentence
Sam's two years at Ament's were now complete, and Orion induced him to take employment on the Journal.
At Ament's he generally had a daily task, either of composition or press-work, after which he was free.
I got one suit and took the rest out in Ament's old garments, which didn't fit me in any noticeable way.
When he had been with Ament little more than a year Sam had become office favorite and chief standby.
Then it suddenly developed that the cable report had "grossly exaggerated" the amount of Mr. Ament's collections.