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Amidst vs. Midst

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  • Amidst (preposition)

    In the midst or middle of; surrounded or encompassed by; among.

  • Midst (noun)

    A place in the middle of something; may be used of a literal or metaphorical location.

  • Midst (preposition)

    Among, in the middle of; amid.

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  • Amidst (preposition)

    In the midst or middle of; surrounded or encompassed by; among.

  • Midst (noun)

    The interior or central part or place; the middle; - used chiefly in the objective case after in; as, in the midst of the forest.

  • Midst (noun)

    Hence, figuratively, the condition of being surrounded or beset; the press; the burden; as, in the midst of official duties; in the midst of secular affairs.

  • Midst (preposition)

    In the midst of; amidst.

  • Midst (adverb)

    In the middle.

Webster Dictionary
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