amidst[ uh-midst ]SEE DEFINITION OF amidst
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His very desolation, amidst the unfamiliar faces, awed and chilled him.
Amidst this confusion of tongues I take another survey of my visitant.
Be a philosopher; but, amidst all your philosophy, be still a man.
And yet, amidst all my hopes, there are hours when I tremble and despond!
It was taken leisurely, amidst much pleasant, social converse.
The Queens threw their bouquets to the French artiste, amidst applause.
Amidst all his feverishness he had not thought of these difficulties.
At last, amidst his weariness, a sudden resolution calmed him.
And for the first time, amidst his worries, he realised the necessity of work.
Amidst all this anxiety the brothers led a most solitary and gentle life.