Examples of middling in a Sentence
tired of the city but not particularly interested in small-town life, he moved to a suburb of middling size
was disappointed in the renowned historian's latest book, which is only middling
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By all accounts, the New England Revolution didn’t bring their A-game to Gillette Stadium on Saturday, a sultry evening that pitted coach Brad Friedel’s club against middling D.C. United.
After graduating from Capistrano Valley High School with middling grades, Vardakostas headed to nearby Saddleback College.
Thus far, workers’ earnings have yet to break out from their middling pace.
He, of course, being Andrew Luck, the $140 million, three-time Pro Bowl quarterback and the biggest source of optimism – and concern – on this otherwise middling NFL roster.
Atlanta tore down a middling roster, trading assets such as Shelby Miller, Andrelton Simmons, Justin Upton, Craig Kimbrel and Melvin Upton and letting Ervin Santana walk in favor of younger prospects.
Hereditary is a great scare-fest and a middling domestic saga, one that probably needed to be either 90 minutes long and brimming with terror, or three hours long and suffused with glacial, Bergman-esque dread.
Brown was a five-star recruit who didn't get much of a chance to shine on a middling Ducks team.
Such a trait means the ball gets to the hitter faster, giving them less time to react, and in Lowther's case making middling velocity look a lot faster in the batter's box.
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Definition of middling
MIDDLING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of middling for English Language Learners
: of average size or quality
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