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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MIDMOST

We were in the heart of peace in the midmost centre of the storm.

Of all these, the most terrible is the midmost, down which rolls an impetuous torrent.

A clock was on the midmost gable, and pointed now towards one o'clock.

It was in the midmost gloom between two lamps that they kissed first.

Of all these the most terrible is the midmost, down which rolls an impetuous torrent.

All this must, for the time, count against Dickens; for of all the Victorians he was the midmost.

This reptile had nine heads of which the midmost was immortal.

What I said, I said to myself--to the midmost self of my inmost being.

She raised the sword, and came towards her husband, thinking to strike him midmost the body.

But the old crone took him by the hand, and led him up to the dais, and set him next to the midmost high-seat.

WORD ORIGIN

Old English midmest; see mid + -most.

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