Definition of midst :
1. Hence, figuratively, the condition of being surrounded or beset; the press; the burden; as, in the midst of official duties; in the midst of secular affairs.
2. In the middle.
3. In the midst of; amidst.
4. The interior or central part or place; the middle; - used chiefly in the objective case after in; as, in the midst of the forest.
middle (part of speech: noun)
- In the midst of all this Silverbridge remained as near to Miss Boncassen as circumstances would admit. - "The Duke's Children", Anthony Trollope.
- In the midst of all this Wallingford suddenly told her to go; he had had enough of it, and had his work to attend to. - "In the Mayor's Parlour", J. S. (Joseph Smith) Fletcher.
- He will be missed in our midst. - "In the Heart of a Fool", William Allen White.