center[ sen-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF center
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CENTER
There was a certain careless calm about this that shook Andrew to his center again.
There was a thud as his fist hit the rickety, squeaking table in the center of the room.
It is the newspaper man's instinct to be in the center of the fray.
The joint of the 20-foot pieces should be directly in the center of the 10-foot piece.
On entering the hall, Ulysses saw the magic fountain in the center of it.
Still his bullets fell in the center of the crouching party.
This basin was in the center of the atrium, the most important room in the house.
They held the most uneven part of the center, where thickets and ravines were many.
The paper bags from which the mice had burst were still in the center of the floor.
Sometimes they were near the densely wooded shore, sometimes in the center of the river.