in the interval
betweenprepositionIn the position or interval that separates (two things), or intermediate in quantity or degree. (See the Usage notes below.)
betweenprepositionShared in confidence.
betweenprepositionIn transit from (one to the other, or connecting places).
betweenprepositionCombined (by effort or ownership).
betweenprepositionOne of (representing a choice).
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Amid or amidst denotes surrounded by; among or amongst denotes mingled with. Between (archaic or poetic, betwixt) is said of two persons or objects, or of two groups of persons or objects. "Let there be no strife, I pray thee, between me and thee, and between my herdmen and thy herdmen," Gen. xiii, 9; the reference being to two bodies of herdmen. Amid denotes mere position; among, some active relation, as of companionship, hostility, etc. Lowell's "Among my Books" regards the books as companions; amid my books would suggest packing, storing, or some other incidental circumstance. We say among friends, or among enemies, amidst the woods, amid the shadows. In the midst of may have merely the local meaning; as, I found myself in the midst of a crowd; or it may express even closer association than among; as, "I found myself in the midst of friends" suggests their pressing up on every side, oneself the central object; so, "where two or three are met together in my name, there am I in the midst of them," Matt. xviii, 20; in which case it would be feebler to say "among them," impossible to say "amid them," not so well to say "amidst them."
amid, amidst, among, amongst, betwixt, in the midst of, mingled with, surrounded by
afar from, away from, beyond, far from, outside, without
twixSubmitted by rinat on August 20, 2019
Dictionary of English Synonymes
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List of paraphrases:
among, amongst, inter, entre, across, enters, enter