Meaning of middlingly in English:



See middling

‘A middlingly good-looking late-twenties chap like myself can't fail.’
  • ‘Or if you're middlingly unlucky, you get a roaring infection and die painfully.’
  • ‘I have a friend called Peter, a television producer of modest height, middlingly bald, a little over 40, who dresses according to no dictates other than those of his own comfort.’
  • ‘To honor you, we have arranged a performance by a middlingly talented practitioner of a genre of music that you have little to no interest in.’
  • ‘It was just middlingly conceived and executed.’



/ˈmɪdəlɪŋli/ /ˈmɪdlɪŋli/