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See definition of midriff on Dictionary.com
  • as inmiddle
  • as inabdomen
  • as inwaist
  • as inwaist

synonyms for midriff

  • heart
  • midst
  • core
  • deep
  • focus
  • inside
  • marrow
  • mean
  • media
  • midpoint
  • midsection
  • thick
  • waist
  • halfway
  • halfway point
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antonyms for midriff

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  • exterior
  • exteriority
  • outside
  • border
  • margin
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        How to use midriff in a sentence

        The piece’s top is covered with hivelike ceramic tiles and balanced above an impossibly tiny midriff on stinger-like legs.
        IN THE GALLERIES: BREACHING THE BORDER BETWEEN ART AND FURNITUREMARK JENKINSMARCH 12, 2021WASHINGTON POST
        If, however, the midriff contract so powerfully that the lower ribs are drawn inward, the abdominal walls follow them.
        VOICE PRODUCTION IN SINGING AND SPEAKINGWESLEY MILLS
        The chest is enlarged by the muscles of inspiration, the principal of which is the diaphragm or midriff.
        VOICE PRODUCTION IN SINGING AND SPEAKINGWESLEY MILLS
        Not heeding where he was going, he tumbled up against my table, and jammed it hard against my midriff.
        THE YEOMAN ADVENTURERGEORGE W. GOUGH
        The book is a mine of beautiful descriptions, and of sentences which tickle your inmost midriff with delight.
        THE INTERNATIONAL MONTHLY, VOLUME 3, NO. 1, APRIL, 1851VARIOUS
        But I shall no more pause with a bare foot and an empty stocking, a dish of food and a gnawing midriff.
        I, MARY MACLANEMARY MACLANE
        The other is by the contraction and distention of the midriff or diaphragm.
        THE YOUNG PRIEST'S KEEPSAKEMICHAEL PHELAN
        He felt, when he read a certain item in a letter from his mother, as though he had received a violent blow in the midriff.
        SHADOWS OF FLAMESAMELIE RIVES
        My beard, evidently once blond, but now a dirt-stained and streaky brown, swept my midriff in a tangled mass.
        THE JACKET (THE STAR-ROVER)JACK LONDON
        His midriff yearned then upward, sank within him, yearned more longly, longingly.
        ULYSSESJAMES JOYCE
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        WORDS RELATED TO MIDRIFF

        • bay window
        • belly
        • bowels
        • breadbasket
        • corporation
        • gut
        • guts
        • intestines
        • middle
        • midriff
        • midsection
        • paunch
        • pot
        • potbelly
        • spare tire
        • tummy
        • venter
        • viscera
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