Simple Definition of middle ground
: a position or set of opinions that is acceptable to many different people
Full Definition of middle ground
1 : a standpoint or area midway between extreme or opposing positions, options, or objectives
2 : middle distance 1
Examples of middle ground in a sentence
The judge of the case chose a middle ground between harshness and leniency.
Both sides in this debate need to do more to establish some middle ground.
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