Definitions for amidstəˈmɪdst
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In the midst or middle of; surrounded or encompassed by; among.
Origin: Middle English amidde, amiddes, on midden, from Old English on middan ‘in the middle’, from midd ‘central’. The -s is an adverbial ending, originally marking the genitive; the t is a later addition, as in whilst, amongst, alongst. See mid.
alt. of Amid
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As a solid rock is not shaken by the wind, so wise men falter not amidst blame or praise.
The woman who is resolved to be respected can make herself be so even amidst an army of soldiers.
We expect no loss in cultural identity. Nevertheless, we may need to monitor whether there is loss of focus amidst the management transition.
Amidst all the noise and the tear gas, we asked Portia to run towards us to safety and she did, she was very brave and I still keep telling everybody that Portia is my hero.
Japan is amidst a perfect positive storm, the oil price decline is stimulatory to world demand for Japanese exports, and offsets the impact of the weak yen on domestic energy costs.
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