In The Middle

Business / Finance / In The Middle: Used in the context of general equities. Below the inside market when one is attempting to sell the stock; at a significant discount. Antithesis of premium.

Other Words for Middle

Middle Adjective Synonyms: midriff, waist, mid-section, stomach
Middle Noun Synonyms: central, centre, halfway, mid, midway, mean, medial, mesial
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Other Words for The

The Adjective Synonyms: drama, the stage, dramaturgy, dramatic or Thespian or histrionic art(s), the boards, show business, showbiz
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Chain Of Being

Entertainment / Literature / Chain Of Being: An elaborate cosmological model of the universe common in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. The Great Chain of Being was a permanently fixed hierarchy with the Judeo-Christian God at the top of the MORE

Incisors

Health / Dentistry / Incisors: The four front teeth referred to as central and lateral incisors, located in the upper and lower jaws and used to cut and tear food. The central incisors are the two large teeth in the middle of the m MORE

Sestina

Life Style / Poetry / Sestina: A poem consisting of six six-line stanzas and a three-line envoy, where the words ending the lines of the first stanza are repeated in a different order at the end of lines in each of the subsequent f MORE

Internal Rhyme

Entertainment / Literature / Internal Rhyme: A poetic device in which a word in the middle of a line rhymes with a word at the end of the same metrical line. Internal rhyme appears in the first and third lines in this excerpt from Shelley's 'The MORE

Infix

Entertainment / Literature / Infix: While a prefix is a meaningful syllable or collection of syllables inserted before a main word, and a suffix is a meaningful syllable or collection of syllables added to the end of a main word, an inf MORE

Interlaced Rhyme

Entertainment / Literature / Interlaced Rhyme: In long couplets, especially hexameter lines, sufficient room in the line allows a poet to use rhymes in the middle of the line as well as at the end of each line. Swinburne's 'Hymn to Proserpine' ill MORE

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