midway

[ adverb, adjective mid-wey; noun mid-wey ]SEE DEFINITION OF midway

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MIDWAY

Eudora was about midway of this street when she saw a man approaching.

Midway in the act of lifting the stove-cover, he glanced at her in sharp, suspicion.

Midway in them, they met a rider, riding at the maddest gallop.

About midway down it, what was his astonishment at encountering Hamish!

Midway in the passage, the current picked up the cub and swept him downstream.

When using a weighted tiller the weight should be put in a midway position.

And midway between the two, at the center of the curve, is East Harniss.

At the next moment John Storm was midway down, and had full view of the den.

Midway in that laborious ascent, the monk called to him to stop.

He was midway across the vast common to the north of Guignen when he came to a halt.

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