1. medium, moderate, oraverage in size, quantity, or quality: The returns on such a large investment may be only middling.
2. mediocre; ordinary; commonplace; pedestrian: The restaurant's entrées are no better than middling.
3. Older Use. in fairly good health. adverb
4. moderately; fairly. noun
5. middlings, any of various products or commodities of intermediate quality, grade, size, etc., as the coarser particles of ground wheat mingled with bran.
6. Often, middli
"performances can be middling in weeks."
"volumes can be middling."
"turnovers can be middling."
"sorts can be middling."
"trades can be middling."
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