Amid (preposition)

Surrounded by; in the middle of.

Origin:

From old english "on middan" meaning "in the middle".

Examples:

  1. She stood amid the crowd, searching for her friends.
  2. He found the lost key amid the pile of papers.
  3. The city is located amid beautiful mountains and valleys.
  4. Amid the chaos, he managed to stay calm and focused.
  5. They found themselves amid a sea of troubles.
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