12 September 2008

amid or amidst

amid or amidst
preposition 1. during, among, at a time of, in an atmosphere of
preposition 2. in the middle of, among, surrounded by, amongst, in the midst of, in the thick of

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prep amid, amidst [əˈmid(st)]
in the middle of; among Amid all the confusion, the real point of the meeting was lost; amidst the shadows.
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