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midweek Syllabification: mid·week
Pronunciation: /ˈmidˌwēk/

Definition of midweek in English:


The middle of the week, usually regarded as being from Tuesday to Thursday: by midweek the strike could affect subways and buses
More example sentences
  • This could be one of the last free midweeks we have for a while to look at one or two.
  • He asked them to turn out for training in greater numbers and they have responded at Clifton Park in midweek.
  • We race every weekend plus nocturnes [night-time races] in midweek.

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In the middle of the week: [as adjective]: a special midweek reduction [as adverb]: we have opportunities to fish midweek
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  • The River Ouse above York had risen to seven feet above normal after midweek thunderstorms and ruined the annual first Sunday open.
  • Over the next few weeks the Clarets will have a hectic schedule with plenty of midweek games as they continue to chase the play-off dream.
  • Today, from April to October, some 350 youngsters enjoy a free, midweek break.

Words that rhyme with midweek

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