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list (someone or something) among

1. To categorize someone or something as belonging to a particular group. Of course I want him to be in my wedding—I list him among my very best friends. Honestly, I'd list it among the greatest films of the last century.
2. To include someone or something in a list or people or things. Often used in passive constructions. Be sure to list that antique among the items destroyed in the fire—we can get a decent amount of money for it from the insurance payout. She is listed among the company's beneficiaries, but I don't see any records of the payments you say were made to her.
See also: among, list
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list someone or something among something

to include someone or something in a particular category. I list George among the all-time greats. I have to list the budget committee as the most efficient ever.
See also: among, list
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