Learn how to say Midden correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.
Oxford dictionary definition of the word midden:
(archaic (or dialect) a dunghill or pile of refuse
(dialect) a dustbin
(Northern England, dialect) an earth closet
See kitchen midden
C14: from Scandinavian; compare Danish mödding from mögmuck + dynge pile
Example Sentences Including ‘midden’
“The group’s eyes shot open and I expected an instant human midden.
SA STAR (2004)
Bluebottles circle above this midden like the stars and the chicken eyes lie haphazardly – piercing my skull in two separate places.
Various LOOKING FOR THE SPARK
One of them, at East Chisenbury, is a huge midden , not dissimilar to Potterne.
Francis Pryor BRITAIN BC: LIFE IN BRITAIN AND IRELAND BEFORE THE ROMANS (2003)
The place is a midden ; disease and famine are really biting into people who are living in holes in the ground.
TIMES, SUNDAY TIMES (2002)
There’s no `Reformation Experience” – smell for yourself the midden stink of the medieval Royal Mile!