from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Intermediate: Adolescence is an awkward, in-between age.
- n. An intermediate: conservatives, radicals, and in-betweens.
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- adj. Of that which is between.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. being neither at the beginning nor at the end in a series or time sequence.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. being neither at the beginning nor at the end in a series
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Every building he designs has what he calls "in-between spaces," a reference to the spaces between buildings on farm compounds in rural Maryland.
Gottman helped pioneer a rigorous means to capture what happened in the so-called in-between.
In any case, since we are imagining that English borrows only the prefix concerning objects or life-forms of in-between status, and not the entire Swahili grammatical system of noun classifications, this detail need not worry us.
And yet another for the concept of being “in-between,” rather than in one place or another.
Ellen Contini-Morava, a leading authority on noun classifications in Swahili, argues that this prefix distinguishes nouns that early speakers of Bantu perceived as falling into gray areas, or in-between zones.
People born outside the United States (first generation) have the same frequency of religious service attendance as those whose grandparents were born abroad (third generation), while the in-between generation has a lower rate of attending religious services.
Let us not forget that the GOP congress is being censored by the majority, the first time I have never heard such a thing, they have forbidden them from sharing with their constitutes a flow chart that detailed the 31 people that stand in-between a patient and a decision.
I agree with Mr. Carville; conversations among the immdeiate staff of the President, whether Democrat, republican, or in-between should be kept confidential.
Mostly, Mr. Hill, we are made of spaces in-between.
When I shift my eyes from one thing to another, my brain does its job of filtering out the "in-between."