middle west

  1. the north central region of the United States (sometimes called the heartland or the breadbasket of America)
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How To Use middle west In A Sentence

  • It is January in the Middle West and people are sliding across the iced campus walkways, their faces freezing into grimaces whenever a stiff wind gusts off the river.
  • The tensions of the Nixon presidency were replaced by the plain vanilla administration of a friendly, middle-aged, middle-class man from the Middle West.
  • The second was Polycarp Kusch, a young experimentalist from the Middle West, with large angular movements and a loud assertive voice. How Nobel Prizewinners Get That Way
  • This huge monoculture is covering most of the middle West and a lot of the rest of the country like a second great American lawn.
  • I don't capitalize the words because middle westerners don't call that much attention to themselves.
  • They swept up from the main gallery on the great stairs, with a second prong up the middle west servants' stairs and a flanking attack through the dumbwaiter in the music library.
  • In the Middle West, especially in Indiana, the little spermophile, sometimes called the ground-squirrel, is common and not afraid to venture into the outskirts of a village. On the Trail An Outdoor Book for Girls
  • Dudley Pickering was a middle-aged Middle Westerner, who by thrift and industry had amassed a considerable fortune out of automobiles. Uneasy Money
  • There his cousin, Gilbert, resented this cousin from the Middle West.
  • An Easterner or a Middle Westerner would have thought it over first. Vignettes of San Francisco
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