midmost midmost


  1. (adj) being in the exact middle
  2. (adv) the middle or central part or point



  1. As in the ocean's midmost depth no wave is born, But all is still, so let the monk be still, be Motionless, and nowhere should he.
  2. Except that it soon mentions things unmentionable in the 1870's, Hatter's Castle starts off like a midmost Victorian novel.


  • "Midmost, unmitigated England," Henry James described the country around here - a line recalled by the poet John Betjeman when, in the 1960s and 1970s, he led a successful campaign against the government's decision to put London's third airport...
    on May 7, 2010 By: Henry James Source: Financial Times

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