in+the+midst+of

  • 1 in the midst of — (doing something) in the process of doing something. I know that you re in the midst of writing a term paper but I was hoping you could come out today. People in the midst of moving would benefit from the information given on the website …

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  • 2 in the midst — adverb the middle or central part or point (Freq. 10) in the midst of the forest could he walk out in the midst of his piece? • Syn: ↑midmost …

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  • 3 in the midst of — in the middle of we were in the midst of a losing streak …

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  • 4 in the midst — preposition In the middle of. Amidst. Amongst …

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  • 5 in the midst of — in the middle of, amid, within, amidst, among …

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  • 6 From the Midst of the Battle — Infobox Album Name = From the Midst of the Battle Type = album Artist = Deuteronomium Released = August 13, 2008 Recorded = Drum Forest Studio Genre = Death metal Length = 47:18 Label = Bullroser Records Producer = Mikko Härkin Deuteronomium… …

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  • 7 in the midst of (something) — 1. in the middle of or surrounded by something. He criticized the plan to build homes in the midst of a desert. I was sitting in the midst of a classroom with little kids, listening to a children s story. 2. experiencing something. We are in the… …

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  • 8 In the Midst of This — Infobox Album Name = In the Midst of This Type = Album Artist = Expatriate Background = Blue Released = April 21 2007 Recorded = 2006, Seattle Genre = Indie rock Length = Label = Dew Process Producer = John Goodmanson, Damien Press Reviews = Last …

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  • 9 In the Midst of Beauty — Álbum de estudio de Michael Schenker Group Publicación 13 de mayo 2008 Grabación 2008 Estudio 2 Neu Ulm …

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  • 10 in the midst of something doing something — in the midst of sth/of doing sth idiom while sth is happening or being done; while you are doing sth • a country in the midst of a recession • She discovered it in the midst of sorting out her father s things. • She alone remained calm in the… …

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  • 11 in the midst of of doing something — in the midst of sth/of doing sth idiom while sth is happening or being done; while you are doing sth • a country in the midst of a recession • She discovered it in the midst of sorting out her father s things. • She alone remained calm in the… …

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  • 12 in the midst of doing something — in the midst of (doing something) in the process of doing something. I know that you re in the midst of writing a term paper but I was hoping you could come out today. People in the midst of moving would benefit from the information given on the… …

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  • 13 in the midst of something — formal 1) while something else is happening The President went to China in the midst of a crisis at home. 2) if you are in the midst of something, you are doing it or it is affecting you a country in the midst of civil war …

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  • 14 In the Midst of Beauty — Infobox Album Name = In The Midst Of Beauty Type = studio Artist = Michael Schenker Group Released = 13 May, 2008 Recorded = Genre = Hard rock, Heavy metal Length = Label = Inakustik Producer = Romi Schickle, Michael Schenker, Siggi Schwarz… …

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  • 15 in the midst of something — …

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  • 16 Midst — Midst, n. [From middest, in the middest, for older in middes, where s is adverbial (orig. forming a genitive), or still older a midde, a midden, on midden. See {Mid}, and cf. {Amidst}.] [1913 Webster] 1. The interior or central part or place; the …

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  • 17 midst — [ mıdst ] noun uncount * in the midst of something FORMAL 1. ) while something else is happening: Nixon went to China in the midst of a crisis at home. 2. ) if you are in the midst of something, you are doing it or it is affecting you: Our… …

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  • 18 midst — [midst, mitst] n. [ME middest, prob. merging of middes, gen. of mid (with unhistoric t) + middest, superl. of mid,MID1] the middle or central part: now mainly in phrases as below prep. Old Poet. in the midst of; amidst; amid SYN. MIDDLE in our… …

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  • 19 midst — is now most commonly used in the phrases in the midst of or in our (etc.) midst, meaning ‘among, in the middle of’. Typical contexts are both physical and abstract: • There was…something sinister about this place, unhusbanded and yieldless in the …

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  • 20 Midst — Midst, prep. In the midst of; amidst. Shak. [1913 Webster] …

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