What is another word for midsection?

Pronunciation: [mɪdsˈɛkʃən] (IPA)

When it comes to describing the middle area of the body, the word "midsection" may be the most commonly used. However, there are many other synonyms that can be used in its place. One option is "waistline," which specifically references the narrowest part of the torso. "Abdomen" is another word that is often used to describe the midsection, and is particularly useful for discussing the area including the stomach and lower organs. "Trunk" is a more general term that refers to the entire torso, while "core" emphasizes the importance of this area for balance and stability. Other options include "middle," "center," and "midriff".

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Usage examples for Midsection

In spite of its slightly cambered flat bottom, this boat, though truly a flatiron skiff in midsection form, had no real relation to the New Haven sharpie; it probably owed its origin to the Chesapeake log canoe, for which it was an inexpensive substitute.
"The Migrations of an American Boat Type"
Howard I. Chapelle
A blow to his midsection had him puffing and Karl hammered in rights and lefts to the now sinister face that rocked his opponent to his heels.
"Astounding Stories of Super-Science, December 1930"
When he was straight a pile driver struck him in the midsection.
"Brink of Madness"
Walter J. Sheldon

Famous quotes with Midsection

  • Never raise your hand to your children - it leaves your midsection unprotected.
    Robert Orben
  • Never raise your hand to your children it leaves your midsection unprotected.
    Robert Orben

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