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middle–of–the–road

adjective

: supporting or following a course of action that is not extreme and that is acceptable to many different people

Full Definition of MIDDLE-OF-THE-ROAD

:  standing for or following a course of action midway between extremes; especially :  being neither liberal nor conservative in politics
mid·dle–of–the–road·er \-ˈrō-dər\ noun
mid·dle–of–the–road·ism \-ˈrō-ˌdi-zəm\ noun

First Known Use of MIDDLE-OF-THE-ROAD

1894

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