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midsentence (not comparable)
- Occurring in the middle of a sentence.
2007 April 4, Alan Riding, “New Work From a Writer Who Died in the Holocaust”, in New York Times:
- But the narrative broke off in midsentence.
2007 October 11, Linda Greenhouse, “Case of Texas Murderer Engrosses Supreme Court”, in New York Times:
- Chief Justice Rehnquist was famous for cutting off lawyers in midsentence, even midsyllable, as soon as the red light on the lectern came on to signal that time was up.