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Definition of Midtown
1. the central part of a city [n -S]
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Midtown
Literary usage of Midtown
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Rider's New York City and Vicinity, Including Newark, Yonkers and Jersey by Fremont Rider (1916)
"They offer quieter surroundings and lower rates than the midtown and Uptown houses. Earle. ... (d) midtown Hotels—14th to ..."
2. Daytrips Pennsylvania Dutch Country and Philadelphia: 50 One Day Adventures by Earl Steinbicker (1999)
"The area stretching from midtown east to the Delaware River abounds in a variety of cross-cultural attractions —starting with one of the best museums of ..."
3. Daytrips New York: 50 One Day Adventures in New York City and Nearby New by Earl Steinbicker (2002)
"Those coming from East midtown might use the S (Shuttle) train from Grand Central, or the number 7 (IRT Flushing express or local) line from Queens. ..."
4. Atlanta Alive!by Ann Carroll Burgess by Ann Carroll Burgess (2001)
"Families, and those interested in a nonalcoholic celebration, will enjoy First Night, which takes place in midtown, along Peachtree Street between 14th ..."