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midterm election in the U.S., an election typically featuring candidates for Congress, state legislatures, and state governors that occurs during an even-numbered year that is not a year during which a presidential election is held.
midtown a central area of a city between downtown and uptown.
mid-Victorian pertaining to, characteristic of, or taking place during the middle period of Queen Victoria's reign in Great Britain. [3 definitions]
midway halfway between two points. [2 definitions]
midweek the middle part of the week. [2 definitions]
Midwest the north central flatlands of the United States from the Rocky Mountains through Ohio, Kansas, and Missouri; Middle West.
Midwestern characteristic of, pertaining to, or in the Middle West region of the United States.
midwife a person who is trained to assist women during childbirth.
midwifery the practice or technique of being a midwife.
midwinter the middle part of winter. [2 definitions]
midyear the middle part of a fiscal, academic, or calendar year. [3 definitions]
mien one's manner or bearing.
miff a state of sulky bad humor; pique. [3 definitions]
miffed annoyed; offended.
miffy (informal) easily annoyed or offended; irritable.
MIG any of several Soviet-made fighter planes named for the designers, Mikoyan and Gurevich.
might1 used to express the possibility of something happening or being true in the present or future. [6 definitions]
might2 effective force or power; ability. [2 definitions]
mightily with strength, power, or energy. [2 definitions]
mighty having or displaying great power, strength, or ability. [4 definitions]
mignon small and pretty; delicate or dainty.