mid-Victorian

mid-Vic·to·ri·an

(mĭd′vĭk-tôr′ē-ən)
adj.
Relating to, occurring in, or characteristic of the middle period of the reign of Queen Victoria in Great Britain (1837-1901), a period known for rigid social standards.
n.
1. One living in this period: "The mid-Victorians had moral zeal but no religion" (Keith Thomas).
2. One having rigid social standards.

mid-Victorian

adj
(Historical Terms) history Brit of or relating to the middle period of the reign of Queen Victoria (1837–1901)
n
(Historical Terms) a person of the mid-Victorian era

mid-Vic•to•ri•an

(ˈmɪd vɪkˈtɔr i ən, -ˈtoʊr-)

adj.
1. of, pertaining to, or characteristic of the middle period, about 1850 to 1890, of the reign of Queen Victoria in England.
n.
2. a person belonging to this period.
3. a person of mid-Victorian tastes or ideas.
[1900–05]
Translations

mid-Victorian

[ˈmɪdvɪkˈtɔːrɪən] ADJ (Brit) → de mitades de la época victoriana
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Its popularity grew from his instinctive tapping into what had become, by mid-Victorian times, a revival of the festive season.
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Sefton Park's beginnings date back to the mid-Victorian era, when French designer Edouard Andre brought his experience of working on parks in Paris to Liverpool.
Though regarded primarily as an eminent physicist of mid-Victorian Britain, Tyndall was a man of many contrasts: a hybrid, as the author states, of the inductive and empirical world view of the British, with the Romanticism and idealism of the Germans.
Fraser's stories, detailing the adventures of mid-Victorian rogue Harry Flashman, are personal favorites, and so it was with deep sorrow that I learned of his death several years ago.
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This research enables Lucy Lethbridge to give a rich evocation of what it was like to be a servant (and a servant employer) from the mid-Victorian period onwards.
"It led me to build up a picture of what was happening in practice and some of the most surprising findings relate to the average duration of the marriages in mid-Victorian England - well over 30 years - the speed with which bigamy was detected and the propensity of divorcees as well as bigamists to lie about their marital status when remarrying!"