middle-of-the-road : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • s  supporting or pursuing a course of action that is neither liberal nor conservative
  • s  not extreme, especially in political views

  • Moderates in the Committeelike the tea merchant Wang Tien-tengbroadcast middle-of-the-road demands: election of mayors; public enterprises to be run by Formosans; abolition .
  • Yet the guy NBC has enlisted to usher it into this specialized world is TV's most middle-of-the-road entertainer: a "big-tent guy," he calls himself, who lives and breathes the old .
  • Ford's strategy has been to woo middle-of-the-road and conservative voters in Middle and East Tennessee while holding on to party-line Democrats and the solid bloc of black voters .

  • Bob Dole in Fort Mills Times
    When I got into politics, a mainstream conservative, not a right-wing, but a mainstream, middle-of-the-road conservative, was someone who believed in lower taxes and lower spending,Dole said. "Now, if you don't answer to five or six or...

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