follow/steer/take a middle course

follow a middle course

To take a more balanced approach, as opposed to using extreme measures. Sir, I think you need to avoid making any inflammatory statements on this issue and follow a middle course instead.
See also: course, follow, middle

steer a middle course

To take a more balanced approach, as opposed to using extreme measures. Sir, I think you need to avoid making any inflammatory statements on this issue and steer a middle course instead.
See also: course, middle, steer

take a middle course

To take a more balanced approach, as opposed to using extreme measures. Sir, I think you need to avoid making any inflammatory statements on this issue and take a middle course instead.
See also: course, middle, take

steer (or take) a middle course

adopt a policy which avoids extremes.
See also: course, middle, steer

follow/steer/take a middle ˈcourse

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find, etc. a/the middle ˈway

follow, find, etc. a plan that is halfway between two opposing plans; compromise: Kate wanted to stay for the rest of the week, and I wanted to leave straight away, so in the end we followed a middle course and stayed a couple of days.In politics you often have to steer a middle course. OPPOSITE: go to extremes
See also: course, follow, middle, steer, take