noun, plural Hmongs, (especially collectively) Hmong.
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Example sentences from the Web for Hmong
He believes it is contributing to the reluctance of Hmong families to send their children back to school buildings.As schools reopen, Asian American students are missing from classrooms|Moriah Balingit, Hannah Natanson, Yutao Chen|March 4, 2021|Washington Post
New refugees continued to arrive from Asia, as Hmong refugees sponsored their relatives for resettlement throughout the 1980s and 1990s.
They have organized energetic efforts to register, assist and reach out to fellow Hmong voters.
In addition, thousands of Hmong refugees who had been resettled elsewhere in the United States began to migrate to the Midwest.
The resettlement of Hmong refugees in the Midwest also owed a part to the public-private system of refugee care in the United States.
The Hmong women of Vietnam, when asked for their own response, find it one of the funniest suggestions they have ever heard.
In an early scene, Gilbert goes to a Hmong village on the Vietnam-China border.