- the middle section or part of anything.
- the solar plexus; midriff: a hard right to the midsection.
Origin of midsection
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Examples from the Web for midsection
Or she may be the girl in the tight blue leather with the words “POLICE BOX” on her midsection.The Holy Grail of Comic Books Hid in Plain Site at New York Comic Con
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It wasn't really meant for me, considering the contours of my own midsection.From ISIS to Ebola, What Has Made Naomi Wolf So Paranoid?
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And everybody knows that the midsection of the U.S. is a food desert.Wall Street Gets Punked Again With Sprouts Farmers Market IPO
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Christie has a bit of luck reposing in the fact that that his face doesn't look quite as bloated as his midsection does.The Christie Girth
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They provide the perfect amount of carbohydrates and protein, and are gentle on the midsection.6 Snacks to Eat for Your Workout
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When he was straight a pile driver struck him in the midsection.Brink of Madness
Walter J. Sheldon
That soundless spear of death struck in midsection of that barrel body.Star Hunter
Andre Alice Norton
Alec had a heavy belt of ultra-high explosive plastic lashed around his midsection.The Thirst Quenchers
Even before he started to feel the pain in his midsection, Odal began trying to push the boulder off.The Dueling Machine
Benjamin William Bova
He immediately clamored for the wherewithal to fill an aching void that was making itself painfully felt in his midsection.Islands of Space
John W Campbell
- the middle of something
- the middle region of the human body; midriff
- A middle section, especially the midriff of the body.
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