Examples of midsection in a Sentence
Grassy plains used to cover large portions of America's midsection.
the midsection of the boat
He threw a hard punch to my midsection.
Recent Examples of midsection from the Web
Meaning, your whole midsection needs to be strong, not just one muscle, to support you fully.
Maria Opalacz of Meriden was taken to Hartford Hospital to be treated for injuries to her head, midsection and legs.
Sporadically fun and visually impressive, this third film works a bit too hard at flexing its laugh muscles, while bogging down in a midsection built around the enticing prospect of Thor versus the Hulk.
Then came the sharp discomfort in Wheaton's midsection July 30.
There was no torque through his midsection into his lower body as far as stepping firmly into passes.
Much of the East Coast will have to turn to fuel shipped by railroads from refiners in the country’s midsection and by tanker from other American coastal refiners and European and possibly Middle Eastern refiners for the next four to eight weeks.
Banks ran for 10 yards but took a big hit to the midsection.
Flooding was reported along Interstate 4, which cuts across Florida’s midsection.
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First Known Use of midsection
MIDSECTION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of midsection for English Language Learners
: a middle section, part, or area; especially : the area around a person's middle
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