Associations to the word «Midway»

Wiktionary

MIDWAY, noun. The middle; the midst.
MIDWAY, noun. A middle way or manner; a mean or middle course between extremes.
MIDWAY, noun. (US) The part of a fair or circus where rides, entertainments, and booths are concentrated.
MIDWAY, noun. (US) The widest aisle in the middle of an industrial complex (such as railroad shops or a coach yard) along which various buildings are aligned
MIDWAY, adjective. Being in the middle of the way or distance; middle.
MIDWAY, adverb. Halfway; equidistant from either end point; in the middle between two points
MIDWAY, proper noun. A town in Alabama
MIDWAY, proper noun. A town and other communities in Arkansas
MIDWAY, proper noun. A village in Belize
MIDWAY, proper noun. A village in British Columbia, Canada
MIDWAY, proper noun. A city and a CDP in Florida
MIDWAY, proper noun. A city in Georgia, USA
MIDWAY, proper noun. One of five communities in Illinois
MIDWAY, proper noun. Any of some communities in Indiana
MIDWAY, proper noun. One of three communities in Iowa
MIDWAY, proper noun. A city in Kentucky
MIDWAY, proper noun. A CDP and other communities in Louisiana
MIDWAY, proper noun. One of a few communities in Minnesota
MIDWAY, proper noun. A town in North Carolina
MIDWAY, proper noun. A village in Ohio, also called Sedalia
MIDWAY, proper noun. A borough and a CDP in Pennsylvania
MIDWAY, proper noun. A city in Texas
MIDWAY, proper noun. A city in Utah
MIDWAY ISLANDER, noun. A person from the Midway Islands.
MIDWAY ISLANDS, proper noun. A small group of islands in the central Pacific; a US territory

Dictionary definition

MIDWAY, noun. The place at a fair or carnival where sideshows and similar amusements are located.
MIDWAY, noun. Naval battle of World War II (June 1942); American planes based on land and on carriers decisively defeated a Japanese fleet on its way to invade the Midway Islands.
MIDWAY, adverb. At half the distance; at the middle; "he was halfway down the ladder when he fell".
MIDWAY, adjective. Equally distant from the extremes.

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