But midway through his undergraduate education at Princeton, questions of “what else?”
I lifted her as high as I could midway up the slide and eased her down with a big, squeaky “wheeeeeeeeeeeeeee.”
By midway through, some of those Philadelphians apparently felt as if they had been welcoming enough.
midway though the questioning my driver came in, shook hands with the police chief, and skipped off out the door.
Kind of like the feeling so many of us Lebanese have during power outages when, midway to the bathroom at 2:00 a.m., lights out.
midway round the pole they place a lesser globe, binding it with purple fillets, but the end of the pole is decked with saffron.
Eudora was about midway of this street when she saw a man approaching.
The order was dated at Lafayette, a town about midway between where the detachment was now stationed and Chattanooga.
midway in the act of lifting the stove-cover, he glanced at her in sharp, suspicion.
People of every sort crowded to see the popular Eskimo Encampment on the midway.
Old English mid-weg "the middle of a way or distance;" see mid + way (n.). Meaning "central avenue of a fairground" is first recorded 1893, American English, in reference to the Midway Plaisance of the Worlds Columbian Exposition held that year in Chicago. The Pacific island group so called for being midway between America and Asia. As an adverb from late Old English.