midsection

[mid-sek-shuhn]
noun
1.
the middle section or part of anything.
2.
the solar plexus; midriff: a hard right to the midsection.

Origin:
1935–40; mid- + section

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midsection (ˈmɪdˌsɛkʃən)
 
n
1.  the middle of something
2.  the middle region of the human body; midriff

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midsection mid·sec·tion (mĭd'sěk'shən)
n.
A middle section, especially the midriff of the body.

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Example sentences
We then ingest that food and convert it into human energy stored as glycogen in
  muscles and as fats-notably around our midsection.
The tongue is already weakened by growing rifts on both sides of its midsection.
It begins at the park's midsection, sweeping east across empty basins stubbled
  with creosote bushes.
Here, a one-shoulder gown gets a modern oomph with an abstract print at the
  midsection.
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