- adj. Alternative form of fair to middling.
“David Welsh has good things to say about Asterios Polyp, but only fair-to-middling things to say about Detective [...]”
“He would never then have learned that a good Tavel is better than a fair-to-middling Pommard—better than a fair-to-middling almost anything, in my opinion, he wrote.”
“Looking back, I think I was a fair-to-middling news reporter.”
“Â Then, after years of fair-to-middling adventures, Marvel did the unthinkable: Â Mar-Vell died, not heroically in battle, but quietly, of cancer.”
“In the end, Patron received three fair-to-middling votes.”
“On my best days, I'd class myself as "fair-to-middling amateur.”
“I need help, and you four have able bodies and fair-to-middling minds.”
“I grew up with scientist parents and am only a fair-to-middling scientist, myself!”
“After tasting the comet's fairy dust, I cashed in my savings and became a fair-to-middling surfer.”
“Some cats are better about self-maintenance than others; Spainy is somewhere in the fair-to-middling camp.”
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