Examples of halfway in a Sentence
She was leading at the halfway mark of the race.
We're halfway toward completing the project.
They're only offering halfway measures, not a real solution.
Recent Examples of halfway from the Web
Alex Wood Series: Houston leads 2-1 in best-of-7 Preview A perfect fit in their own place, the Houston Astros are halfway home.
Castellanos, also a finalist for The Best FIFA Women’s Player 2017, earned recognition for her halfway line strike for Venezuela against Cameroon at the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup 2016.
The halfway moment strikes a cool chord as summer's sweltering last days simmer to a close.
First responders were called Monday to Freedom Ridge Recovery Lodge in West Brandywine Township, a private group home and halfway house for struggling drug addicts, according to the district attorney's office.
Twenty-five years after the fall of communism, Western Balkan countries have become halfway democracies and the region struggles with ethnic, religious and nationalist tensions.
The halfway house program enables convicts nearing the end of incarceration to work at jobs in the community during the day and sleep at the work-release facility.
The season is not even halfway complete, but the three-way dance should be entertaining.
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First Known Use of halfway
Synonymsdeficient, fragmental, fragmentary, half, incomplete, partial
Antonymscomplete, entire, full, intact, integral, perfect, whole
Related Wordsbroken, damaged, flawed, impaired, imperfect, injured, marred, spoiled; sketchy, unassembled, uncompleted, unfinished
Near Antonymsflawless, unbroken, undamaged, unimpaired, uninjured, unmarred; completed, finished
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