|Old English||n||Modern English|
|Us||prn||The objective case of we, used as a direct or indirect object: "She asked us the way". 2. informal. (used in place of the pronoun we in the predicate after the verb to be): It's us! 3. informal.(used instead of the pronoun our before a gerund): She forgave us spilling the beer on the floor.|
|Us-ness||n||The fact of being or feeling united in mind, feeling of purpose; the fact of forming a unity. "There is a terrific feeling of "us-ness" in the team. This has the effect of buttressing and reinforcing the "me-ness." of me (insistently indidividual) as part of intensified us-ness of us (compellingly corporate.)"|
|Usward||n||Ourself; ourselves; usselves.|
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