betwixt and between


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be·twixt

 (bĭ-twĭkst′)
adv. & prep.
Between.
Idiom:
betwixt and between
In an intermediate position; neither wholly one thing nor another.

[Middle English bitwixt, from Old English betwix; see dwo- in Indo-European roots.]
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