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Definition of "south-central" [south-central]

  • Situated in the southern part of a centrally located area in some geographical region (adjective)
  • Being in or of a region of the United States including the states of the lower Mississippi valley and east of the Rio Grande (adjective)

WordNet. Princeton University. 2010.

Use "south-central" in a sentence
  • "NEOhio1, your comments about the cost of living in the Midwest and how that translates for Mexico can be applied equally for those of us living in the south-central US (Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Louisiana)."
  • "CuerĂ¡maro is in the south-central part of the state."
  • "Winter-weary Americans start a new year of work and school following weeks of nasty, aberrant weather: flooding rains in Southern California, a blizzard that crippled much of the East Coast on one of the biggest travel days, and tornadoes that battered several south-central states on New Year's Eve, killing seven."