from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Pursuing a course of action midway between extremes, especially following a course in politics that is neither liberal nor conservative.
- adj. Of, relating to, or being a type of entertainment, especially popular music, that appeals to a wide audience.
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- adj. Alternative spelling of middle of the road.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. supporting or pursuing a course of action that is neither liberal nor conservative.
- adj. not extreme, especially in political views.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. supporting or pursuing a course of action that is neither liberal nor conservative
- adj. not extreme, especially in political views
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By far, most churchgoers like most Americans describe themselves as moderately conservative or middle-of-the-road.
On the ferry back to the mainland the next day I worked out that even including the sleeper train from London (if booked in advance) and accommodation, Away Game works out cheaper than the bigger, middle-of-the-road festivals, and the experience and memories are incomparable.
All middle-of-the-road voters will get out of it is two more years of nothing.
With Oasis imploded, Pulp's comeback unclear, and Coldplay's soul sold to the middle-of-the-road, the kind of tracks on Suck It and See are an endangered musical species.
Maybe the more moderate Dems can join them, and the middle-of-the-road people's party can be born.
So, what they are saying is, any Moderate, anyone with middle-of-the-road beliefs is not welcomed!
Obama has been so middle-of-the-road that he looks more and more like Gerald Ford, and congress has caved in to the minority Repugnants.
First it's blogger "sooey," asserting that middle-of-the-road blogger Marky Mark and the wretched anti-Semite "arthurdecco" are one and the same person -- and that they're probably both that other wretch, "shlemazl."
Calling himself "middle-of-the-road" on the issue of food addiction, Dr. Miller said ASAM will vote this month on a policy change that would embrace food addiction—among other compulsions—as a genuine addiction.
Despite the fact the New Hampshire is bluer than it used to be, Gregg is still a respected, long-term incumbent in a middle-of-the-road state, from an established New Hampshire political family, with a reputation for scandal-free honesty, probity and reasonableness.