center(a), halfway, middle(a), midway
Meaning: equally distant from the extremes
Meaning: at a point midway between two extremes; "at the halfway mark"
meaning of the word
Meaning: at half the distance; at the middle; "he was halfway down the ladder when he fell"
Halfway up the scarp was a dark horizontal line of bushes, something like a hedge.
Keith had not disappeared down the hall, however, before Susan was halfway up the back stairs.
Halfway down the slope was a shack and off beyond it stood a man with his back turned toward him.
Night was far advanced when I came to the halfway resting-place and seated myself beside the fountain.
They were halfway to the village when a dozen tractors came racing up and Jake piled out of the lead one to drag the two in with him.
WITHOUT STANDING UP, we stared in the direction of the forest, my hand stopping halfway to my mouth, Ned Land's completing its assignment.
About halfway across the heath there had been a wide dike recently cut, and the earth from the cutting was cast up roughly on the other side. Surely this would stop them!
The squire set forth at a great pace, and climbed briskly till he was halfway up the mount. Because of the joy he had in clasping his burthen, he gave no thought to the potion.
We soon turned up one of the side streets, and about halfway up that we turned into a very narrow street, with rather poor-looking houses on one side, and what seemed to be coach-houses and stables on the other.
There was nothing for me to say or do--at least not just then--so I went back to the little living-room and forced myself to be halfway pleasant to the four men who were there, each one looking precisely like the cat after it had eaten the canary!