He pointed out the three viewscreens mounted below the bridge, amidships.
As already stated, it was amidships,—where its owner had been exploring it.
We caught her amidships and the explosion was tremendous, but we were well outside its area.
The order to put it amidships, that is, in a line with the keel.
amidships is a small platform partly roofed over with matting.
With jibs and fore-and-aft sails, the tack confines them amidships.
This accounted for the cessation of the work, and the absence of the sailors from “amidships.”
The two lads were under the awning upon this particular day just amidships.
amidships sat another figure, the sight of which gave Samba a delightful thrill of expectation.
There it is, sir,” said Joe—“lashed just amidships out of the way.
Used to refer to the striking of a blow in the abdomen
[1937+; fr earlier sense ''in the middle of a ship,'' implying the most crucial or vulnerable part]