in-between

[in-bi-tween]
noun Also, in-betweener.
1.
a person or thing that is between two extremes, two contrasting conditions, etc.: yeses, noes, and in-betweens; a tournament for professional, amateur, and in-between.
2.
a person who handles the intermediary steps, as in a manufacturing or sales process.
adjective
3.
being between one thing, condition, etc., and another: a coat for in-between weather.

Origin:
1805–15

in-betweenness, noun
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in-between
 
adj
1.  intermediate: he's at the in-between stage, neither a child nor an adult
 
n
2.  an intermediate person or thing

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Example sentences
From the forest to concrete, there isn't any in-between.
If evolution exits then there would be millions of creatures on this planet
  that would be in the in-between stages of evolution.
Indeed, in some ways, these unconventional thinkers resemble each other more
  than the less striking birds in-between.
Between the speed of the vehicle and the spacing in-between instruments, there
  was a lot of physics to consider.
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