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in our (or your, their, etc.) midst

Definition of in our or your, their, etc. midst in English:

Among us (or you or them): I was not especially welcome in their midst
More example sentences
  • Nothing fragments group solidarity and self-confidence like the gnawing suspicion of having an informer in your midst.
  • If there are clowns and incompetents and criminals in your midst and you protect them, you're just as bad as they are and you command no respect at all from anyone.
  • Perhaps you have a budding gardener in your midst.
Synonyms
among us, between us, amid us, in our group, with us, surrounded by us, in the centre;
heart, bosom, core
See parent entry: midst

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