mid·way /ˈmɪdˌwe, ˈwe/
Mid·way n. The middle of the way or distance; a middle way or course.
Paths indirect, or in the midway faint. --Milton.
Mid·way, a. Being in the middle of the way or distance; as, the midway air.
Mid·way, adv. In the middle of the way or distance; half way. “She met his glance midway.”
adj : equally distant from the extremes [syn: center(a), halfway,
n 1: the place at a fair or carnival where sideshows and similar
amusements are located
2: naval battle of World War II (June 1942); land and
carrier-based American planes decisively defeated a
Japanese fleet on its way to invade the Midway Islands
[syn: Battle of Midway]
adv : at half the distance; at the middle; "he was halfway down
the ladder when he fell" [syn: halfway]