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Of or located in the middle of a ship.


(ˈmɪdˌʃɪp) nautical
(Nautical Terms) in, of, or relating to the middle of a vessel
(Nautical Terms) the middle of a vessel



in or belonging to the middle part of a ship.
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Nothing but the midship tanks, and they're none too tight.
The midships engine, generally used as a reinforce, is not running; so the port and starboard turbine vacuum-chambers draw direct into the return-mains.
At his right hand is the midships engine lever ready to be thrown into gear at a moment's notice.
We are never without a corposant grinning on our bows or rolling head over heels from nose to midships, and to the crackle of electricity around and within us is added once or twice the rattle of hail--hail that will never fall on any sea.
But so decided an original start had Derick had, that spite of all their gallantry, he would have proved the victor in this race, had not a righteous judgment descended upon him in a crab which caught the blade of his midship oarsman.
The first thing I did was to put my head down the square of the midship ventilator.
One of the hunters, a tall, loose-jointed chap named Henderson, was going aft at the time from the steerage (the name the hunters facetiously gave their midships sleeping quarters) to the cabin.
A recessed cockpit and elevated gunnel height surrounding the midship of the deck adjacent to the console provides the security necessary for negotiating rough open waters.
has achieved important regulatory and financial milestones related to the development of the 200-mile, 36-inch Midship Pipeline, a proposed intrastate natural gas pipeline project.
M2 EQUITYBITES-March 20, 2017-Cheniere Energy plans commercial agreements & launch of binding open season for Midship pipeline project
7-liter diesel Chassis Cab vehicles with midship fuel tanks built at Kentucky Truck Plant, March 21, 2016 to Aug.
The standing rigging included a main mast at or near midship, a bowsprit with a yard sail, and a short mast with a lateen sail abaft the tiller.