Definition of Midstory

1. Noun. (context: usually with "mid") The middle part of a story, neither the beginning nor the end ¹



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Definition of Midstory

1. the middle of a story [n -RIES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Midstory

midsole
midsoles
midsong
midspace
midspaces
midspan
midspeech
midspread
midst
midstage
midstance
midstep
midsternum
midstories
midstorm
midstory (current term)
midstream
midstreams
midstrength
midstretch
midstride
midstroll
midsts
midsummer
midsummer-men
midsummer madness
midsummer moon
midsummers
midswallow
midswing

Literary usage of Midstory

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1. Ecology and Conservation of the Marbled Murrelet by C. John Ralph (1997)
"... 1 Number of early-serai (midstory) western hemlock per hectare ... trees per hectare with an average diameter > 40.6 cm at breast height (midstory) ..."

2. Proceedings for the Eight Biennial Southern Silvicultural Research Conference by M. Boya Edwards (2001)
"Those trees not cut then form the present overstory strata and seed and/or seedlings in place released by the high-grade cut form the present midstory. ..."

3. Silviculture: From the Crane of Forestry to Ecosystem Management edited by Louise H. Foley (1998)
"In the South, herbicides are being used to selectively remove midstory and ... Fruiting shrubs can be released from low-value midstory and understory ..."

4. The American Stage of To-day by Walter Prichard Eaton (1908)
"Those who know the book, surely one of Balzac's best, for all the sudden development of Philippe's intellectual powers in midstory, must not expect, ..."

5. The San Francisco Earthquake and Fire of April 18, 1906, and Their Effects by Grove Karl Gilbert, Richard Lewis Humphrey, John Stephen Sewell (1907)
"The shafts of the columns at about midstory height are therefore less efficiently braced than the portions on a level with the floors. ..."

6. Ecology, Diversity and Sustainability of the Middle Rio Grande Basin edited by Deborah M. Finch, Joseph A. Tainter (1996)
"For example, species that require midstory and understory plants may decline in mature pinyon-juniper habitats with dense canopies and thus may benefit from ..."

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