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midwestern

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • adj midwestern of a region of the United States generally including Ohio; Indiana; Illinois; Iowa; Missouri; Kansas; Nebraska; and sometimes Michigan; Wisconsin; Minnesota "a midwestern city","midwestern accent"
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Usage

In literature:

Phiber Optik makes fun of Neidorf for a Midwestern geek, for believing that "Acid Phreak" does acid and listens to acid rock.
"Hacker Crackdown" by Bruce Sterling
Connie was a waitress with long dark braids, a Midwesterner's friendliness, and a cheeky smile.
"Take Me for a Ride" by Mark E. Laxer
His voice was a low tenor, with just a touch of Midwestern twang.
"Psichopath" by Gordon Randall Garrett
Someone had to, and it wasn't Perry, who was off with his midwestern honey.
"Makers" by Cory Doctorow
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In news:

Midwestern horse owners warned of increased Pigeon Fever risk.
WT- Midwestern State football game to decide playoff contenders.
Rams look to build off loss to Midwestern .
Democrats cry foul over voter fraud billboards in Midwestern cities.
Unemployment rates for Midwestern US cities.
Kickoff is at 2 p.m. Midwestern State at Tarleton State.
Midwestern clothing retailer Glik's joins the mix in downtown Holland.
It's been 40 years since a group of Midwestern ready mix concrete producers banded together to manufacture a new front-discharge ready mix truck that they called Advance.
Maybe good when prepared by your Midwestern mom, but not when served TV-dinner style.
There's a solid midwestern feel to this segment, aside from the inclusion of a certain team from Charlottesville.
In Saul Bellow's 1987 novel More Die of Heartbreak, protagonist Kenneth Trachtenberg takes his uncle to the observation deck on the 102nd floor of the "Electronic Tower," a mammoth skyscraper in an unnamed Midwestern city.
The Midwestern drought caused a shortage of corn and soybeans and, consequently, more expensive animal feed.
Early voting sites remain open in the key Midwestern states of Iowa and Ohio, as well as in a handful of counties in Florida.
Between 1854 and 1929, an estimated 200,000 orphaned, abandoned and runaway children, primarily from industrialized cities in the East, boarded trains bound for Midwestern farming communities in search of a better life.
We explored the subject last August with writer and filmmaker Jonnie Hughes, who toured the Midwestern United States in an effort to study the natural history of ideas.
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