reckon (someone or something) among (someone or something)(redirected from reckon themselves among)
reckon (someone or something) among (someone or something)
To consider someone or something to belong to or be a part of some particular group of like people or things. While she is a really great person, I don't reckon patience among one of her strongest virtues. I hope you know that I reckon you among my very best friends. He reckons himself among the greatest writers of this century, but he's really just pretentious.
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reckon someone or something among something
to judge someone or something to belong among a select group. I reckon Donna among the best tennis pros in the country. We reckon this automobile among the most advanced in the world.
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