Examples of amid in a Sentence
It was hard to hear amid all the cheering.
The investigation comes amid growing concerns.
Amid such changes, one thing stayed the same.
He managed to escape amid the confusion.
There was a single dark bird amid a flock of white pigeons.
Recent Examples of amid from the Web
The cartel’s members and other big producers like Russia are expected to discuss easing a coordinated effort to hold back crude output, amid rising prices and geopolitical risks to supply in Venezuela and Iran.
In January 2017, a limited rotational force of approximately 300 Marines were sent to Vaernes amid rising tensions with Russia following the annexation of Crimea in 2014.
Former basketball star and current marijuana cryptocurrency billboard Dennis Rodman is going to be in Singapore amid the summit, however.
Rosenberger resigned in April amid the FBI probe into his lavish lifestyle, including his travel.
Her party had grown deeply unpopular amid rising electricity prices and voter fatigue.
The records were released Thursday by Assembly Speaker Robin Vos (R-Rochester) at a time when Vos is under scrutiny for his own travel after former Ohio House Speaker Cliff Rosenberger resigned in April amid an FBI investigation into his travel.
Solar panel prices are falling again amid dramatic changes this week in the Chinese market.
Facebook grapples with the ways that Facebook is bad for mental health amid its many privacy scandals and nightmares.
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Origin and Etymology of amid
AMID Defined for English Language Learners
: in or into the middle of (something)
AMID Defined for Kids
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