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Middle-ground Definition from Language, Idioms & Slang Dictionaries & Glossaries
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913)
(n.)
That part of a picture between the foreground and the background.
  
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middle-ground
\mid"dle-ground`\ (?), n. (paint.) that part of a picture between the foreground and the background.

ENGLISH IDIOMS 2.EDITION
a position that is fair to both sides, a compromise, keep an open mind The minister tried to find some middle ground between the nurses and the administrators.
English Idioms WM 1.3a
a position that is fair to both sides, a compromise
The minister tried to find some middle ground between the nurses and the administrators.
Middle-ground Definition from Encyclopedia Dictionaries & Glossaries
Wikipedia English - The Free Encyclopedia
Middle Ground may refer to:
  • Middle Ground (India), an island within Mumbai Harbour
  • Middle Ground (Ipswich, Massachusetts), an island in Plum Island Sound, Ipswich, Massachusetts
  • Middle Ground (magazine), an academic journal
  • "Middle Ground" (The Wire), 2004
  • Middleground (1947–1972), American Thoroughbred racehorse
  • Argument to moderation, a logical fallacy that states that the "middle ground" is always correct

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Argument to moderation (Latin: argumentum ad temperantiam; also known as [argument from] middle ground, false compromise, gray fallacy and the golden mean fallacy) is an informal fallacy which asserts that the truth can be found as a compromise between two opposite positions. This fallacy's opposite is the false dilemma.

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Middle-ground Definition from Sports Dictionaries & Glossaries
maritime&shipping&trade
Shoal area between two navigational channels.