midland

Part of speech: adjective

In the interior country.

Part of speech: noun

The interior of a country, especially of England.

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Usage examples "midland":

  1. But she is rich, the only daughter of a Midland iron- master with tons of money. - "A Mysterious Disappearance", Gordon Holmes.
  2. The company numbered 218, and the event is notable as the occasion on which Dickens made a promise to give, in aid of the Birmingham and Midland Institute, his first public reading from his books. - "The Inns and Taverns of "Pickwick" With Some Observations on their Other Associations", B.W. Matz.
  3. Now where the lakes, those midland oceans, lie, Columbus turn'd his heaven- illumined eye. - "The Columbiad", Joel Barlow.