Words nearby middle-of-the-road
Origin of middle-of-the-road
OTHER WORDS FROM middle-of-the-roadmid·dle-of-the-road·er, nounmid·dle-of-the-road·ism, noun
Examples from the Web for middle-of-the-road
It was just something he felt he had to say to have credibility with middle-of-the-road voters.
My two favorite tracks on the LP are the only two that successfully avoid this middle-of-the-road approach.Robin Thicke’s ‘Paula’ Is What You Shouldn’t Do When You Get Dumped|Andrew Romano|June 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Middle-of-the-road voters just stopped buying right-wing fear-mongering.Why Republican Efforts to Block Obama Won’t Work This Time|Michael Tomasky|December 16, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The idea of peace based on a two-state arrangement has become a boring, middle-of-the-road stance in Israel.
Present day chemists would acquiesce in this statement after reading Mitchill's "middle-of-the-road" arguments.Priestley in America|Edgar F. Smith
Fusion controlled the convention, voting down the "Middle-of-the-Road" group that adhered to independence.The New Nation|Frederic L. Paxson
For in 1912 Wilson had been in effect the middle-of-the-road candidate, the conservative liberal.Woodrow Wilson's Administration and Achievements|Frank B. Lord and James William Bryan