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Midst, subst. middle: “our ship was splitted in the m.” Err. I, 1, 104. “make periods in the m. of sentences,” Mids. V, 96. “our archers shall be placed in the m.” R3 V, 3, 295. “it did remain in the m. of the body,” Cor. I, 1, 102. “unless our city cleave in the m.” III, 2, 28. “I'll sit in the m.” Mcb. III, 4, 10. “in the m. of the fight,” Ant. III, 10, 11. “then in the m. a tearing groan did break the name of Antony,” IV, 14, 31. in the m., used to denote a contrast, by way of speaking of things not expected under the circumstances: “but in the m. of his unfruitful prayer . . . even there he starts,” Lucr. 344. “in the m. of all her pure protestings she burned with love,” Pilgr. 95. “first kiss me. What, in the m. of the street?” Shr. V, 1, 149. “in the m. of this bright-shining day I spy a black cloud,” H6C V, 3, 3. -- In H6B IV, 8, 64 O. Edd. middest.
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