Mid-air



[mid-air] /mɪdˈɛər/

noun
1.
any point in the not contiguous with the earth or other solid surface:
to catch a ball in midair.
/ˌmɪdˈɛə/
noun
1.

n.

also midair, 1660s, from mid + air (n.1). Lit. “the part of the air between the clouds and the air near the ground.”
see under leave hanging

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