West Midland

NOUN
  1. a dialect of Middle English
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How To Use West Midland In A Sentence

  • At a regional level, this meant that the North West and West Midlands were particularly badly affected.
  • West Midlands Police chiefs have told officers to tuck the straps in or helmets will roll. Times, Sunday Times
  • This compositional change is associated with the incision of the rivers that flowed eastwards from the West Midlands.
  • The presenter, who grew up in Sutton Coldfield in the West Midlands, said: "When I watch shows in America, I feel that some of the hosts are a little 'Stepford' - in the nicest possible way. Top Stories: BreakingNews.ie
  • In the West Midlands, 78% were willing to stop drinking, reduce their alcohol intake or were teetotal already compared to 66% in the capital.
  • It explains the confluence of factors that made this corner of the West Midlands a place in which the modern world was forged. Times, Sunday Times
  • £42.6bn to relink London to the West Midlands and Manchester is abhorrent; even with super high-speed trains.
  • Thus the proto-Thames once rose in the West Midlands and carried Welsh volcanic clasts southeastwards across the Middle Jurassic outcrops into the present west-east-striking valley in south Oxfordshire.
  • West Midlands Police chiefs have told officers to tuck the straps in or helmets will roll. Times, Sunday Times
  • We were there to learn and listening to a boring old bloke talking about things which we considered irrelevant to 17 year old West Midlanders was a bit off.
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