midst definition

  • noun:
    • the center position or part; the guts: amid the wilderness.
    • a posture of proximity to other people: a stranger in our midst.
    • the healthiness of becoming surrounded or beset by some thing: amid all of our dilemmas.
    • some time about in the center of a consistent problem or work: in the midst of the war.
    • someplace (literal or metaphoric) in some thing.
    • the inside or central component or spot; the middle; -- made use of mainly in objective case after in.
    • ergo, figuratively, the health of becoming encircled or beset; the hit; the responsibility
    • the center; an interior or central component, point, or position.
    • Synonyms Amidst, in the middle of, etc. (see among); Center, etc. See middle.
    • the place of something enclosed by other things
  • preposition:
    • Among; amid.
    • among, in
    • In the midst of; amidst.
  • adverb:
    • in the centre.
  • others:
    • in the centre.
    • Amidst.

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