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midstream

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmidstreammid‧stream /ˌmɪdˈstriːm◂/ noun [uncountable] 🔊 🔊 1 in midstream2 the middle part of a riverin midstream 🔊 The boat had anchored in midstream.midstream adverb
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midstreamFrom midstream he sent her a sweet, desperate smile.He took Deianira on his back and in midstream insulted her.The paper claimed that most businessmen believed that it was a bad idea to change horses in midstream.Another group felt that it was inadvisable to change horses in midstream.Why not use some of that money to get started with a low dam-and then switch horses in midstream?With a shriek from her whistle, the little craft swung out into midstream and shot into the rapids under the bridge.
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