middling

fairly good but not very good 
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middling

[n] - any commodity of intermediate quality or size (especially when coarse particles of ground wheat are mixed with bran)
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Middling

Mid'dling adjective Of middle rank, state, size, or quality; about equally distant from the extremes; medium; moderate; mediocre; ordinary. 'A town of but middling size.' Hallam. « Plainly furnished, as beseemed the middling circumstances of its inhabitants.» Hawth...
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middling

noun any commodity of intermediate quality or size (especially when coarse particles of ground wheat are mixed with bran)
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Middling

• (a.) Of middle rank, state, size, or quality; about equally distant from the extremes; medium; moderate; mediocre; ordinary.
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middling

(from the article `cereal processing`) The middlings produced in flour milling, essentially small pieces of endosperm free from bran and germ, are sold as farina and often consumed as a ...
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