Ensuring that her midriff is still exposed, Cyrus is obviously wearing a rhinestone crop top to match the basketball.
“You must stop baring your midriff,” scolded her headmistress.
Her long brown hair flowed down and she had a bullet wound on her head and blood all over her midriff.
Courtney wore cutoff denim shorts with a plaid blouse tied at the midriff, showing off her ample cleavage.
It featured a brief that extended halfway up the midriff, just below the breasts, and was held up with a halter neck tie.
The bailiffs bowed, and went their way; Joe (tickled in the midriff, and hugging himself with his device) went his way too.
Hilary straightened sharply, poked his finger at the midriff of the giant.
My very heart flighters when I look at him, an' I amaist think I find his steel quivering at my midriff.
A few lines later Diomede's spear reaches the midriff of Hypsenor.
The midriff; a muscle separating the chest from the abdomen.
Old English midhrif, from mid "mid" (see mid) + hrif "belly," from Proto-Germanic *hrefiz- (cf. Old High German href, Old Frisian hrif "belly"), from PIE *kwrep- "body, form, appearance" (see corporeal). More or less obsolete after 18c. except in phrase to tickle (one's) midriff "to cause laughter," the word revived 1941 in fashion usage for "portion of a woman's garment that covers the belly," as a euphemistic avoidance of belly; sense inverted and extended 1970 to a belly-baring style of women's top.
midriff mid·riff (mĭd'rĭf)