mid-way[ adverb, adjective mid-wey; noun mid-wey ]SEE DEFINITION OF mid-way
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MID-WAY
It has reached Maquinchao, on the tableland, mid-way across the Andes.
The village called Jericho, may stand about mid-way from the hills to the Jordan.
About mid-way of the river, the floating ice came down with such violence as to threaten the destruction of the raft.
He therefore resolved to cut off entirely the mid-way connection between the Levant and the chief markets of Asia.
The dead insects which I strip of their mycelium-shrouds are weaklings whose strength deserted them mid-way.
It lies upon the most frequented road from Indostan to China and Japan, and is nearly about mid-way upon that road.
On the mid-way landing I laid down the shot-bag and paid out the coil of line as I descended the next flight.
Rig then rose, the bed prepared; there he then remained three nights together, then departed on the mid-way.
There he continued three nights together, then departed on the mid-way.
Mid-way up, my foster-brother fell—while I, with a dozen or two, a second time reached the rampart.