Thesaurus / mids

opposites of mids

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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“He for dive, signor,” sung out one of them, looking up at our mids.
Well, I must send off this yarn, which is as interminable as the ‘sinnet’ and ‘foxes’ which I twisted with the mids.
LETTERS FROM THE CAPELADY DUFF GORDON
Two other examples of dancing to one's own singing are, Mids.
SHAKESPEARE AND MUSICEDWARD W. NAYLOR
And uttering this nautical phrase of encouragement, the three mids, with naked dirks, rushed simultaneously towards the maherry.
THE BOY SLAVESMAYNE REID
Besides these more civilised 'pipes,' the country-man's pipe of cornstalk is mentioned by Titania, in Mids.
SHAKESPEARE AND MUSICEDWARD W. NAYLOR
From where they stood looking after him the mids could not make out the character of the ground.
THE BOY SLAVESMAYNE REID
I may be amang the mids o them ere ever I ken what Im doing.
The two mids and Kelson agreed to go in the boat, towing a light line.
But I'm forgetting my tale; for aince I get into the mids o' a battle, it's no easy getting me out again.
In whispers the three mids made known their thoughts to one another.
THE BOY SLAVESMAYNE REID