Definition of Amidmost
1. in the very middle [adv]
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Literary usage of Amidmost
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1. The English Illustrated Magazine (1890)
"To wit, he had loosened a strip of turf all save the two ends, and had propped it up with two ancient dwarf-wrought spears, so that amidmost there was a ..."
2. The Æneids of Virgil by Virgil (1876)
"And now amidmost of the flood Zacynthus' woods appear, 270 Dulichium, Samos, ... joys us to have slipped By such a host of Argive towns amidmost of the foe. ..."
3. The Odyssey of Homer by Homer, William Morris (1887)
"... did nothing wot As he went through their burg amidmost, for Athene suffered it not, 40 The fair-haired awful Goddess; for round about him still She shed ..."
4. The Story of Sigurd the Volsung and the Fall of the Niblungs by William Morris (1904)
"At last Into an open space she passed, Nigh filled with a wide, shallow lake, amidmost which the fowl did take Their pastime; o'er the firmer grass, ..."
5. The Harvard Classics by Charles William Eliot (1910)
"... O king, For the coming of us, The sons of one mother, amidmost thine hall— Look on these hands of thine, Look on these feet of thine, Cast by us, ..."
6. Adventures Among Books by Andrew Lang (1905)
"... If perchance he might get him out-doors : but Telemachus him forewent, And a cast of the brazen war-spear from behind him therewith sent amidmost of his ..."
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