midsection midsection  /ˈmɪd ˌsɛk ʃən/


  • (n) the middle area of the human torso (usually in front)



  1. To some, it makes the drought that is crippling the nation's midsection seem an ominous harbinger of things to come.
  2. The midsection is the strongest structurally, but it often sits over or beside fuel tanks.
  3. The Broadway's, more splendiferous, have a speak-easy style midsection with side-seat nooks.


  • Nurses rally on GG Bridge to decry pipeline

    Nurses rally on GG Bridge to decry pipeline Calling a proposed oil pipeline across the nation's midsection a threat to public health in California, more than 1,000 nurses streamed across the Golden Gate Bridge on Thursday to urge that President Obama block its construction. The proposed 1,700-mile pipeline, which would carry oil from the tar sands oil fields in Canada to refineries in Texas, is ...
    on June 21, 2013     Source: San Francisco Chronicle


  1. "I spent some time just getting used to the circuit," Hamilton said. "The really tricky bit is in the midsection as it's very tight and twisty. ...... In the first part of the second session, I ran a little wide and did some minor damage to...
    on Jun 16, 2007 By: Lewis Hamilton Source: Zee News

  2. "She looked at my health, my family, the past history of my family and everything," Wilfork said. "She said, 'This offseason we're really going to cut down and work on that midsection. ...... I was mad when she said that, but, at the same...
    on Dec 20, 2007 By: Vince Wilfork Source: The Republican - MassLive.com

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