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Synonyms for middle
ˈmɪd l

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. center, centre, middle, heart, eye(noun)

    an area that is approximately central within some larger region

    "it is in the center of town"; "they ran forward into the heart of the struggle"; "they were in the eye of the storm"

    Synonyms:
    affection, warmness, affectionateness, substance, center of attention, center field, philia, plaza, meat, centre, center, tenderness, snapper, core, marrow, sum, fondness, nerve, ticker, nerve center, shopping center, midsection, optic, midriff, kernel, nitty-gritty, spirit, centerfield, gist, warmheartedness, nerve centre, inwardness, centre of attention, pith, heart, shopping mall, bosom, mall, essence, nub, mettle, pump, heart and soul, shopping centre, oculus, spunk, midpoint, eye

    Antonyms:
    offset, beginning, starting time, start, kickoff, end, first, commencement, outset, showtime, get-go, ending, proterozoic, untimely, New, primeval, advanced, archaeozoic, primordial, previous(p), late, primal, peripheral, proto(a), Modern, earliest, primaeval, archaean, earlyish, early, ripe, wee, beforehand(p), latish, azoic, Old, aboriginal, after-hours, earlier, posthumous, archeozoic, advance(a), premature, archean, terminal

  2. middle(noun)

    an intermediate part or section

    "A whole is that which has beginning, middle, and end"- Aristotle

    Synonyms:
    eye, midriff, heart, center, midsection, centre

    Antonyms:
    commencement, starting time, kickoff, first, start, end, outset, get-go, showtime, ending, offset, beginning, late, earliest, New, archeozoic, wee, archean, primal, primordial, ripe, aboriginal, latish, earlyish, premature, after-hours, Modern, advanced, advance(a), proto(a), early, proterozoic, azoic, untimely, earlier, beforehand(p), primaeval, previous(p), posthumous, primeval, terminal, archaean, peripheral, archaeozoic, Old

  3. middle, midriff, midsection(noun)

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

    "young American women believe that a bare midriff is fashionable"

    Synonyms:
    center, heart, midsection, diaphragm, midriff, centre, eye

    Antonyms:
    commencement, starting time, outset, first, end, start, offset, beginning, ending, get-go, kickoff, showtime, archean, advanced, peripheral, azoic, archeozoic, latish, primal, archaeozoic, New, premature, earlyish, untimely, late, Modern, earliest, Old, beforehand(p), primeval, primaeval, earlier, aboriginal, terminal, advance(a), early, ripe, archaean, posthumous, wee, primordial, previous(p), proto(a), after-hours, proterozoic

  4. middle(adj)

    time between the beginning and the end of a temporal period

    "the middle of the war"; "rain during the middle of April"

    Synonyms:
    eye, midriff, heart, center, midsection, centre

    Antonyms:
    beginning, commencement, offset, get-go, start, outset, end, ending, showtime, starting time, kickoff, first, New, early, beforehand(p), Old, aboriginal, Modern, archeozoic, ripe, primeval, archaeozoic, late, primal, primordial, after-hours, advanced, peripheral, latish, premature, posthumous, azoic, wee, archean, proterozoic, archaean, earlyish, primaeval, untimely, advance(a), terminal, previous(p), proto(a), earlier, earliest

  5. in-between, mediate, middle(adj)

    being neither at the beginning nor at the end in a series

    "adolescence is an awkward in-between age"; "in a mediate position"; "the middle point on a line"

    Synonyms:
    middle(a), midway, halfway, mediate, in-between, center(a)

    Antonyms:
    outset, beginning, end, start, get-go, first, kickoff, ending, starting time, commencement, offset, showtime, Old, peripheral, archean, proterozoic, beforehand(p), latish, wee, aboriginal, early, premature, after-hours, archeozoic, Modern, proto(a), terminal, azoic, earlier, posthumous, advance(a), archaean, untimely, earlyish, New, primordial, late, primaeval, previous(p), primal, ripe, archaeozoic, advanced, primeval, earliest

  6. center(a), halfway, middle(a), midway(adj)

    equally distant from the extremes

    Antonyms:
    end, offset, outset, start, beginning, commencement, showtime, kickoff, starting time, first, get-go, ending, advanced, archean, previous(p), archaeozoic, primal, New, proto(a), beforehand(p), wee, early, premature, peripheral, latish, earliest, proterozoic, Old, primeval, posthumous, late, archaean, azoic, earlyish, Modern, earlier, ripe, aboriginal, after-hours, archeozoic, terminal, advance(a), primordial, untimely, primaeval

  7. middle(adj)

    of a stage in the development of a language or literature between earlier and later stages

    "Middle English is the English language from about 1100 to 1500"; "Middle Gaelic"

    Synonyms:
    middle(a), midway, halfway, mediate, in-between, center(a)

    Antonyms:
    outset, ending, commencement, offset, get-go, start, beginning, starting time, end, first, showtime, kickoff, after-hours, earliest, New, proto(a), archean, primaeval, untimely, primordial, early, aboriginal, wee, terminal, latish, proterozoic, posthumous, peripheral, late, advanced, earlier, earlyish, previous(p), premature, primeval, Old, archeozoic, azoic, primal, advance(a), ripe, Modern, archaean, archaeozoic, beforehand(p)

  8. middle(verb)

    between an earlier and a later period of time

    "in the middle years"; "in his middle thirties"

    Synonyms:
    middle(a), midway, halfway, mediate, in-between, center(a)

    Antonyms:
    commencement, starting time, beginning, get-go, ending, end, start, first, kickoff, outset, showtime, offset, primaeval, early, late, earliest, beforehand(p), Old, aboriginal, New, proto(a), proterozoic, archeozoic, Modern, latish, previous(p), earlier, primordial, untimely, archaean, earlyish, after-hours, premature, ripe, posthumous, advanced, primeval, terminal, primal, archaeozoic, peripheral, azoic, advance(a), wee, archean

  9. middle(verb)

    put in the middle

    Antonyms:
    end, outset, kickoff, starting time, commencement, first, start, showtime, get-go, ending, offset, beginning, azoic, primaeval, primal, advance(a), terminal, New, proto(a), latish, wee, archaeozoic, earlier, beforehand(p), archaean, aboriginal, late, premature, previous(p), early, archean, earliest, Modern, primeval, after-hours, advanced, ripe, archeozoic, Old, posthumous, untimely, earlyish, primordial, proterozoic, peripheral

Wiktionary

  1. middle(noun)

    Synonyms:
    center, centre, midst, midpoint

  2. middle(noun)

    Being in the middle or in-between; as middle point, middle name, Middle English, Middle Ages, middle weight, etc.

    The middle of a circle is the point which has the same distance to every point of circle.

    Synonyms:
    midst, midpoint, center, centre

  3. middle(noun)

    Central to.

    Synonyms:
    centre, midst, midpoint, center

  4. middle(noun)

    the middle stump

    Synonyms:
    center, midpoint, midst, centre

  5. middle(noun)

    The central part of a human body.

    Synonyms:
    centre, midst, midpoint, center

English Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. middle

    We speak of the center of a circle, the middle of a room, the middle of the street, the midst of a forest. The center is equally distant from every point of the circumference of a circle, or from the opposite boundaries on each axis of a parallelogram, etc.; the middle is more general and less definite. The center is a point; the middle may be a line or a space. We say at the center; in the middle. Midst commonly implies a group or multitude of surrounding objects. Compare synonyms for AMID.

    Synonyms:
    center, midst

    Antonyms:
    bound, boundary, circumference, perimeter, rim

Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. middle(a.)

    Synonyms:
    mean, medial, half way, between the extremes

  2. middle(n.)

    Synonyms:
    midst, centre, central part

Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words

  1. middle(a)

    Synonyms:
    mean, medial, intermediate, intervening

  2. middle(n)

    Synonyms:
    center, midst

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How to use middle in a sentence?

  1. American Lyles:

    I had to have my tonsils removed at six years old and there wasn't really a day in my early childhood where I don't remember going to the hospital, being on a breathing machine or being in the middle of the night and having to go to hospital because my chest was so restricted, being hooked up to a breathing machine...my mama staying with me the whole night. It wasn't the finest of times.

  2. Marco Rubio:

    It's the reason why I warned about having Russia in the Middle East, i warned exactly, specifically, this could happen. That there could be an incident with Turkey, a NATO ally. That they could aggressively fly over their territory and be shot down.

  3. Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders:

    I don't know if it's a winning strategy or not, but this is what I do know: The middle class of this country is disappearing despite the fact that people are working longer hours and they're earning lower wages.

  4. E. Joseph Crossman:

    Middle age is when your broad mind and narrow waist begin to change places.

  5. Huw Williams:

    Due to its limited operating range - about two km - if the Indian military is using the system it would most likely be for close reconnaissance or security work, our Middle East editor believes that Islamic State are using similar systems.

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