Midst [noun]

Definition of Midst:

middle, core

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Sentence/Example of Midst:

There is a green meadow in the midst, on which rests a broad belt of sunshine.

In the midst of the barrier stood an altar, on the top of which was a brazen eagle.

In the midst of this generosity, the services of Geta and Milza were not forgotten.

The Marquis had naturally expected to find him in the midst of pomp.

There was no reasoning which could help him in the midst of that puzzle.

He sat in the midst of a circle of lamplighters, and was the cacique, or chief of the tribe.

In the midst, and in the centre of all eyes, we see the woman.

A moment more and we are in the midst of the eddying, rushing, foaming rapids.

For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them.

Again we take a leap of about twenty years, and alight in the midst of the Revolution.