Christie will vie with Romney for primary and caucus votes chiefly in the North and to some extent in the Midwest.
Egan said he had grown up in the Midwest, aspiring to be an actor.
As for the best, 24 of the top 25 sit in the Midwest and Northeast.
Half-way through the flight, somewhere over the Midwest, I imagine, my daughter peed.
Clinton could make a serious play in the South and build upon existing margins in the Midwest.
The schools, farms, grain elevators, and false-front business buildings are common to the entire Midwest.
We can speak with Detroit, Chicago, any big city of the Midwest.
She had a few faint freckles on her nose and full lips and it was ten to one that she was from the Midwest.
On that same day mention was made of a storm in the Midwest.
It is made in the Midwest and packed in small, heavily waxed portions to preserve all of its fine, full aroma and flavor.
1926, in U.S. geographical sense, from earlier Midwestern (1889) in reference to a group of states originally listed as W.Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Missouri, Kansas, and Arkansas; now generally meaning states somewhat further northwest. Related: Midwesterner.