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sellingclimax
sell·ing climax (sĕlʹĭng) n. A sharp decline in stock prices on a heavy volume of trading followed by a rally. * * *
sellingpoint
selling point n. An aspect of a product or service that is stressed in advertising or marketing. * * *
selloff
sell·off (sĕlʹôf', -ŏf') n. The sale or disposal of a relatively large number of stocks, bonds, or commodities that often causes a sharp decline in prices. * * *
sellotape
sellotape [sel′ō tāp΄] [also S-] Brit. n. 〚< Sellotape, a Brit trademark〛 a thin, transparent cellulose or plastic adhesive tape vt. sellotaped, sellotaping to fasten or ...
sellout
/sel"owt'/, n. 1. an act or instance of selling out. 2. an entertainment, as a show or athletic event, for which all the seats are sold. 3. Informal. a person who betrays a ...
Selma
/sel"meuh/, n. 1. a city in central Alabama, on the Alabama River. 26,684. 2. a town in central California. 10,942. 3. a female given name. * * * ▪ Alabama, United ...
Selmi, Francesco
▪ Italian chemist born April 7, 1817, Vignola, duchy of Modena [Italy] died Aug. 13, 1881, Bologna, Italy       Italian chemist and toxicologist who is considered one ...
Selormey, Francis
▪ Ghanaian author born April 15, 1927, Dzelukofe, Gold Coast [now in Ghana] died 1983?       Ghanaian writer and teacher whose semiautobiographical novel, The Narrow ...
Selous Game Reserve
▪ game reserve, Tanzania       huge game reserve, southeastern Tanzania. It is named after Frederick Selous, a naturalist, explorer, and soldier. It covers an area of ...
Selous, Frederick Courteney
▪ British explorer born Dec. 31, 1851, London, Eng. died Jan. 4, 1917, near Kisaki, Tanganyika [now in Tanzania]  hunter and explorer whose south-central African travels ...
selsyn
sel·syn (sĕlʹsĭn) n. A device by which angular movement or position in a generator is transmitted to a motor.   [self + synchronous.] * * *
Selten, Reinhard
▪ German mathematician born Oct. 5, 1930, Breslau, Ger. [now Wrocław, Pol.]       German mathematician who shared the 1994 Nobel Prize for Economics with John F. Nash ...
seltzer
/selt"seuhr/, n. 1. (sometimes cap.) a naturally effervescent mineral water containing common salt and small quantities of sodium, calcium, and magnesium carbonates. 2. tap water ...
selva
/sel"veuh/, n. a tropical rain forest, as that in the Amazon basin of South America. [1840-50; < Brazilian Pg; Pg: forest < L silva] * * *
selvage
—selvaged, adj. /sel"vij/, n. 1. the edge of woven fabric finished so as to prevent raveling, often in a narrow tape effect, different from the body of the fabric. 2. any ...
selves
/selvz/, n. pl. of self. * * *
Selvon, Samuel
▪ Caribbean author in full  Samuel Dickson Selvon   born May 20, 1923, Trinidad died April 16, 1994, Port of Spain       Caribbean novelist and short-story writer of ...
Selvon, Samuel Dickson
▪ 1995       Trinidadian-born Canadian author (b. May 20, 1923, Trinidad—d. April 16, 1994, Trinidad), was an important West Indian writer who, with V.S. Naipaul, was ...
Selwyn, George Augustus
▪ New Zealander bishop born April 5, 1809, Hampstead, London died April 11, 1878, Lichfield, Staffordshire, Eng.       first Anglican bishop of New ...
Selye
/zel"ye/, n. Hans, 1907-82, Canadian physician and medical educator, born in Austria. * * *
Selye, Hans
▪ Austrian endocrinologist in full  Hans Hugo Bruno Selye   born Jan. 26, 1907, Vienna, Austria-Hungary died Oct. 16, 1982, Montreal, Que., Can.       endocrinologist ...
Selye, Hans (Hugo Bruno)
born Jan. 26, 1907, Vienna, Austria-Hungary died Oct. 16, 1982, Montreal, Que., Can. Austrian-born Canadian endocrinologist. In early work on the effects of stress, he injected ...
Selznick
/selz"nik/, n. David O(liver), 1902-65, U.S. motion-picture producer. * * *
Selznick, David O(liver)
born May 10, 1902, Pittsburgh, Pa., U.S. died June 22, 1965, Hollywood, Calif. U.S. film producer. He trained with his father, a movie executive, before moving to Hollywood in ...
Selznick, David O.
▪ American film producer in full  David Oliver Selznick   born May 10, 1902, Pittsburgh, Pa., U.S. died June 22, 1965, Hollywood, Calif.       American motion-picture ...
Selznick,David Oliver
Selz·nick (sĕlzʹnĭk), David Oliver. 1902-1965. American film producer known especially for his adaptation of popular novels, including Gone With the Wind (1939) and A ...
Sem
/sem/, n. Douay Bible. Shem. * * *
SEM
Optics. scanning electron microscope. * * *
sem-
I. sem-1 One; also adverbially “as one,” together with. Derivatives include simultaneous, hyphen, acolyte, and simple. I. Full-grade form *sem-. 1. a. hendecasyllabic, ...
Sem.
1. Seminary. 2. Semitic. Also, Sem. * * *
sem.
semicolon. * * *
semainier
/seuh men"yay/; Fr. /seuh me nyay"/, n., pl. semainiers /-men"yayz/; Fr. /-me nyay"/. Fr. Furniture. a chest of the 18th century having seven long drawers: originally meant to ...
semaise
/si mez"/, n. cymaise. * * *
Semang
/si mahng"/, n., pl. Semangs, (esp. collectively) Semang. a member of a Negrito people of the Malay Peninsula. * * * ▪ people       people who live mostly in peninsular ...
semanteme
/si man"teem/, n. Ling. one of the minimum elements of lexical meaning in a language. [1920-25; < F semantème, equiv. to sémant(ique) SEMANTIC + -ème -EME] * * *
semantic
—semantically, adv. /si man"tik/, adj. 1. of, pertaining to, or arising from the different meanings of words or other symbols: semantic change; semantic confusion. 2. of or ...
semantic differential
Psycholing. a technique for measuring the connotative meaning of concepts by having an individual rate each concept on a series of graduated scales, each scale defined by a pair ...
semantic field
Ling. an area of human experience or perception, as color, that is delimited and subcategorized by a set of interrelated vocabulary items in a language. * * *
semantically
See semantic. * * *
semanticist
semanticist [sə man′tə sist] n. a specialist in semantics * * * se·man·ti·cist (sĭ-mănʹtĭ-sĭst) n. A specialist in semantics. * * *
semantics
—semanticist /si man"teuh sist/, semantician /see'man tish"euhn/, n. /si man"tiks/, n. (used with a sing. v.) 1. Ling. a. the study of meaning. b. the study of linguistic ...
semaphore
—semaphoric /sem'euh fawr"ik, -for"-/, semaphorical, adj. —semaphorically, adv. /sem"euh fawr', -fohr'/, n., v., semaphored, semaphoring. n. 1. an apparatus for conveying ...
semaphoric
See semaphore. * * *
semaphorically
See semaphoric. * * *
Semarang
/seuh mahr"ahng/, n. a seaport on N Java, in S Indonesia. 646,500. Also, Samarang. * * * City (pop., 1995 est.: 1,104,405), Java, Indonesia. It is located on Java's northern ...
semasiological
See semasiology. * * *
semasiologist
See semasiological. * * *
semasiology
—semasiological /si may'see euh loj"i keuhl, -zee-/, adj. —semasiologically, adv. —semasiologist, n. /si may'see ol"euh jee, -zee-/, n. semantics, esp. the study of ...
sematic
/si mat"ik/, adj. Biol. serving as a sign or warning of danger, as the conspicuous colors or markings of certain poisonous animals. [1885-90; < Gk semat- (s. of sêma) sign + ...
Sembène, Ousmane
born Jan. 1, 1923, Ziguinchor-Casamance, Seneg. Senegalese writer and film director. He fought with the Free French in World War II. After the war he worked as a docker in ...
semblable
—semblably, adv. /sem"bleuh beuhl/, n. 1. a person or thing that resembles or matches another; counterpart. 2. Archaic. likeness; resemblance. adj. Archaic. 3. like or ...
semblably
See semblable. * * *
semblance
/sem"bleuhns/, n. 1. outward aspect or appearance. 2. an assumed or unreal appearance; show. 3. the slightest appearance or trace. 4. a likeness, image, or copy. 5. a spectral ...
Sembrich, Marcella
▪ Polish singer original name  Prakseda Marcelina Kochańska  born Feb. 15, 1858, Wiśniewczyk, Galicia, Austria-Hungary [now in Ukraine] died Jan. 11, 1935, New York, N.Y., ...
semé
/seuh may"/, adj. Heraldry. covered with many small, identical figures. [1555-65; < F: lit., sown, ptp. of semer < L seminare to sow, equiv. to semin- (s. of semen) seed, SEMEN + ...
semeiology
/see'mee ol"euh jee, sem'ee-, see'muy-/, n. semiology. * * *
semeiotic
/see'mee ot"ik, sem'ee-, see'muy-/, adj. semiotic. Also, semeiotical. * * *
semeiotics
/see'mee ot"iks, sem'ee-, see'muy-/, n. (used with a sing. v.) semiotics. * * *
Semelaic languages
also called  Southern Aslian Languages        (from Malay orang asli, “aborigines”), subbranch of the Aslian branch of the Mon-Khmer language family, which is itself ...
Semele
/sem"euh lee'/, n. Class. Myth. a daughter of Cadmus and mother, by Zeus, of Dionysus. Cf. Thyone. * * * In Greek mythology, a daughter of Cadmus and Harmonia, and the mother of ...
sememe
/sem"eem, see"meem/, n. Ling. 1. the meaning of a morpheme. 2. a basic unit of meaning or content. [ < Gk sêm(a) sign + -EME; coined by L. Bloomfield in 1933; cf. SEMANTEME] * * ...
semen
/see"meuhn/, n. the viscid, whitish fluid produced in the male reproductive organs, containing spermatozoa. [1350-1400; ME < L semen seed; akin to serere to SOW1] * * * or ...
Semënov
/sim yaw"neuhf/; Russ. /syi myaw"neuhf/, n. Nicolai N. /nik"euh luy'/; Russ. /nyi ku luy"/ born 1896, Russian chemist: Nobel prize 1956. * * *
Semenov,Nikolai Nikolayevich
Se·me·nov (sə-myôʹnəf), Nikolai Nikolayevich. 1896-1986. Soviet chemist. He shared a 1956 Nobel Prize for research on the kinetics of chemical reactions. * * *
semester
—semestral, semestrial /si mes"tree euhl/, adj. /si mes"teuhr/, n. 1. (in many educational institutions) a division constituting half of the regular academic year, lasting ...
semester hour
Educ. a unit of academic credit fulfilled by completing one hour of class instruction each week for one semester. [1945-50, Amer.] * * *
semesters
➡ higher education * * *
Semey
Se·mey (sĕ-māʹ) or Sem·i·pa·la·tinsk (sĕm'ē-pə-läʹtĭnsk) A city of northeast Kazakhstan on the Irtysh River southeast of Omsk, Russia. Founded as a fortress in ...
semi
/sem"ee, sem"uy/, n. Informal. 1. semitrailer (def. 1). 2. Often, semis. semifinal (def. 3). [by shortening] * * *
semi-
a combining form borrowed from Latin, meaning "half," freely prefixed to English words of any origin, now sometimes with the senses "partially," "incompletely," "somewhat": ...
semi-abstract
—semi-abstraction /sem'ee ab strak"sheuhn, sem'uy-/, n. /sem'ee ab"strakt, -ab strakt", sem'uy-/, adj. pertaining to or designating a style of painting or sculpture in which ...
Semi-Arian
Sem·i-Ar·i·an (sĕm'ē-ărʹē-ən, -ârʹ-, sĕm'ī-) n. A member of the Homoiousian party led by the fourth-century A.D. Arian bishop Basil of Ancyra.   Sem'i-Arʹi·an ...
Semi-Arianism
See Semi-Arian. * * * ▪ Christian heresy       a 4th-century Trinitarian heresy in the Christian church. Though it modified the extreme position of Arianism, it still ...
semi-illiterate
adj.; semi-illiterately, adv.; semi-illiterateness, n. * * *
semi-independent
—semi-independently, adv. /sem'ee in'di pen"deuhnt/, adj. (of a political entity) having substantial self-government in regard to local matters but subordinate in such external ...
semi-indirect
adj.; semi-indirectly, adv.; semi-indirectness, n. * * *
semi-inductive
adj. * * *
semi-indurate
adj. * * *
semi-indurated
adj. * * *
semi-industrial
adj.; semi-industrially, adv. * * *
semi-infinite
sem·i-in·fi·nite (sĕm'ē-ĭnʹfə-nĭt, sĕm'ī-) adj. Mathematics Unbounded in one direction or dimension. * * *
semi-inhibited
adj. * * *
semi-insoluble
adj. * * *
semi-instinctive
adj.; semi-instinctively, adv. * * *
semi-intellectual
adj., n.; semi-intellectually, adv. * * *
semi-intelligent
adj.; semi-intelligently, adv. * * *
semi-intelligible
adj.; semi-intelligibly, adv. * * *
semi-internal
adj.; semi-internally, adv. * * *
semi-ironic
adj. * * *
semi-ironical
adj.; semi-ironically, adv. * * *
semi-isolated
adj. * * *
semi-Pelagianism
Religious movement that flourished AD 429–529 in southern France, considered a heresy by the Roman Catholic church. Unlike their near-contemporaries, the Pelagians (see ...
semi-Russian
adj., n. * * *
semi-staged
semi-staged [sem΄istājd′] adj. produced with the use of only a limited number of props, costumes, etc.: said as of an opera staged for an exhibition performance, in a concert ...
semiabsorbent
adj. * * *
semiabstract
semiabstract [sem΄ē ab strakt′] adj. designating or of a style of art in which an identifiable object is dealt with as an abstraction, as in some cubist works * * ...
semiabstraction
See semiabstract. * * *
semiacademic
adj. * * *
semiacademical
adj.; semiacademically, adv. * * *
semiacetic
adj. * * *
semiacid
adj. * * *
semiacidic
adj. * * *
semiacidified
adj. * * *
semiacidulated
adj. * * *
semiacrobatic
adj. * * *
semiactive
adj.; semiactively, adv.; semiactiveness, n. * * *
semiadhesive
adj.; semiadhesively, adv.; semiadhesiveness, n. * * *
semialcoholic
adj. * * *
semiallegoric
adj. * * *
semiallegorical
adj.; semiallegorically, adv. * * *
semialuminous
adj. * * *
semiamateur
/sem'ee am"euh choor', -cheuhr, -teuhr, -am'euh terr", sem'uy-/, adj. 1. retaining amateur status but receiving prize money or support, as from a sponsor, to cover training ...
semianaesthetic
adj. * * *
semianalytic
adj. * * *
semianalytical
adj.; semianalytically, adv. * * *
semianarchistic
adj. * * *
semianatomic
adj. * * *
semianatomical
adj.; semianatomically, adv. * * *
semiandrogenous
adj. * * *
semianesthetic
adj. * * *
semiangle
n. * * *
semiangular
adj. * * *
semianimal
n., adj. * * *
semianimate
adj. * * *
semianimated
adj. * * *
semiannual
—semiannually, adv. /sem'ee an"yooh euhl, sem'uy-/, adj. 1. occurring, done, or published every half year or twice a year; semiyearly. 2. lasting for half a year: a semiannual ...
semiannually
See semiannual. * * *
semianthropological
adj.; semianthropologically, adv. * * *
semiaquatic
/sem'ee euh kwat"ik, -kwot"-, sem'uy-/, adj. Bot., Zool. partly aquatic; growing or living in or close to water, or carrying out part of its life cycle in water. [1825-35; SEMI- ...
semiarch
/sem"ee ahrch', sem"uy-/, n. a half arch. [1815-25; SEMI- + ARCH1] * * *
semiarchitectural
adj.; semiarchitecturally, adv. * * *
semiarid
—semiaridity /sem'ee euh rid"i tee, sem'uy-/, n. /sem'ee ar"id, sem'uy-/, adj. (of a region, land, etc.) characterized by very little annual rainfall, usually from 10 to 20 in. ...
semiaridity
See semiarid. * * *
semiarousal
n. * * *
semiarticulate
adj.; semiarticulately, adv. * * *
semiattached
sem·i·at·tached (sĕm'ē-ə-tăchtʹ, sĕm'ī-) adj. Partially attached or joined: a semiattached two-family frame house. * * *
semiautobiographical
/sem'ee aw'teuh buy'euh graf"i keuhl, sem'uy-/, adj. 1. pertaining to or being a fictionalized account of an author's own life. 2. pertaining to or being a work of fiction ...
semiautomated
sem·i·au·to·mat·ed (sĕm'ē-ôʹtə-mā'tĭd, sĕm'ī-) adj. Partially automated. * * *
semiautomatic
—semiautomatically, adv. /sem'ee aw'teuh mat"ik, sem'uy-/, adj. 1. partly automatic. 2. (of a firearm) automatically ejecting the cartridge case of a fired shot and loading the ...
semiautonomous
/sem'ee aw ton"euh meuhs, sem'uy-/, adj. partially self-governing, esp. with reference to internal affairs. [1900-05; SEMI- + AUTONOMOUS] * * *
semiautonomously
See semiautonomous. * * *
semiautonomy
/sem'ee aw ton"euh mee, sem'uy-/, n., pl. semiautonomies. 1. the quality or state of being semiautonomous. 2. a semiautonomous system of government. [1945-50; SEMI- + AUTONOMY] * ...
semibald
adj.; semibaldly, adv.; semibaldness, n. * * *
semibasement
/sem'ee bays"meuhnt, sem'uy-, sem"ee bays'-, sem"uy-/, n. a basement partly above ground, as in a house built on a slope. [1870-75; SEMI- + BASEMENT] * * *
semibelted
adj. * * *
semibiographic
adj. * * *
semibiographical
adj; semibiographically, adv. * * *
semibiologic
adj. * * *
semibiological
adj.; semibiologically, adv. * * *
semibituminous coal
/sem"ee bi tooh"meuh neuhs, -tyooh"-, sem"uy-, sem'ee-, sem'uy-/ a coal intermediate between bituminous and anthracite coal in hardness, yielding the maximum heat of any ordinary ...
semiblasphemous
adj.; semiblasphemously, adv.; semiblasphemousness, n. * * *
semibleached
adj. * * *
semiboiled
adj. * * *
semibouffant
adj. * * *
semibourgeois
adj. * * *
semibreve
/sem"ee breev', -brev', sem"uy-/, n. Music Chiefly Brit. a note half the length of a breve; whole note. See illus. under note. [1585-95; SEMI- + BREVE] * * *
semicabalistic
adj. * * *
semicabalistical
adj.; semicabalistically, adv. * * *
semicalcined
adj. * * *
semicarbonate
adj. * * *
semicaricatural
adj. * * *
semicarved
adj. * * *
semicatalyst
n. * * *
semicatalytic
adj. * * *
semicathartic
adj. * * *
semicellulous
adj. * * *
semicentenary
/sem'ee sen ten"euh ree, -sen"tn er'ee, sem'uy-/ or, esp. Brit., /-sen tee"neuh ree/, adj., n., pl. semicentenaries. semicentennial. [1865-70; SEMI- + CENTENARY] * * *
semicentennial
/sem'ee sen ten"ee euhl, sem'uy-/, adj. 1. of or pertaining to a fiftieth anniversary. n. 2. a fiftieth anniversary. 3. the celebration of this anniversary. [1855-60; SEMI- + ...
semichaotic
adj. * * *
semichaotically
adv. * * *
semichemical
adj.; semichemically, adv. * * *
semicircle
—semicircular /sem'i serr"kyeuh leuhr/, adj. —semicircularly, adv. —semicircularness, n. /sem"i serr'keuhl/, n. 1. Also called semicircumference /sem'ee seuhr kum"feuhr ...
semicircular
See semicircle. * * *
semicircular canal
Anat. any of the three curved tubular canals in the labyrinth of the ear, associated with the sense of equilibrium. See diag. under ear. [1740-50] * * *
semicircularcanal
semicircular canal n. Any of three tubular and looped structures of the inner ear, together functioning in maintenance of the sense of balance in the body. * * *
semicivilized
—semicivilization, n. /sem'ee siv"euh luyzd', sem'uy-/, adj. half or partly civilized. [1830-40; SEMI- + CIVILIZED] * * *
semiclassical
—semiclassically, adv. /sem'ee klas"i keuhl, sem'uy-/, adj. 1. of or pertaining to music by classical composers that is familiar or appealing to the general public. 2. of or ...
semiclerical
adj.; semiclerically, adv. * * *
semiclinical
adj.; semiclinically, adv. * * *
semiclosed
adj. * * *
semicolloid
n. * * *
semicolloidal
adj. * * *
semicolloquial
adj.; semicolloquially, adv. * * *
semicolon
/sem"i koh'leuhn/, n. the punctuation mark (;) used to indicate a major division in a sentence where a more distinct separation is felt between clauses or items on a list than is ...
semicolonial
adj.; semicolonially, adv. * * *
semicolony
n., pl. semicolonies. * * *
semicoma
—semicomatose /sem'i kom"euh tohs', -koh"meuh-/, adj. /sem'ee koh"meuh, sem'uy-/, n., pl. semicomas. a light coma from which a person can be roused. [1895-1900; SEMI- + COMA] * ...
semicomatose
See semicoma. * * *
semicombined
adj. * * *
semicomic
adj. * * *
semicomical
adj.; semicomically, adv. * * *
semicommercial
adj.; semicommercially, adv. * * *
semiconcealed
adj. * * *
semiconditioned
adj. * * *
semiconducting
/sem'ee keuhn duk"ting, sem'uy-/, adj. of, pertaining to, or having the characteristics of a semiconductor. Also, semiconductive. [1780-90; SEMI- + CONDUCT + -ING2] * * *
semiconductor
/sem'ee keuhn duk"teuhr, sem'uy-/, n. 1. a substance, as silicon or germanium, with electrical conductivity intermediate between that of an insulator and a conductor: a basic ...
semiconductor device
▪ electronics Introduction       electronic circuit component made from a material that is neither a good conductor nor a good insulator (hence semiconductor). Such ...
semiconductor memory
▪ device       any of a class of computer memory devices consisting of one or more integrated circuits. (See computer memory.) * * *
semiconductorlaser
semiconductor laser n. A solid-state device that consists of two outer semiconductor layers separated by a middle layer and generates laser radiation when charge carriers of ...
semiconical
adj.; semiconically, adv. * * *
semiconscious
—semiconsciously, adv. —semiconsciousness, n. /sem'ee kon"sheuhs, sem'uy-/, adj. half-conscious; not fully conscious. [1830-40; SEMI- + CONSCIOUS] * * *
semiconsciously
See semiconscious. * * *
semiconsciousness
See semiconsciously. * * *
semiconservative
adj.; semiconservatively, adv. * * *
semiconservativereplication
sem·i·con·ser·va·tive replication (sĕm'ē-kən-sûrʹvə-tĭv, sĕm'ī-) n. The normal process of DNA synthesis, in which the two original strands of the molecule separate, ...
semicontinuous
adj.; semicontinuously, adv. * * *
semiconventional
adj.; semiconventionally, adv. * * *
semiconventionality
n., pl. semiconventionalities. * * *
semicordate
adj. * * *
semicotton
n. * * *
semicretin
n. * * *
semicrystalline
/sem'ee kris"tl in, -uyn', sem'uy-/, adj. partly or imperfectly crystalline. [1810-20; SEMI- + CRYSTALLINE] * * *
semicultivated
adj. * * *
semicultured
adj. * * *
semicured
adj. * * *
semicustomized
adj. * * *
semicylinder
—semicylindrical /sem'ee si lin"dri keuhl, sem'uy-/, semicylindric, adj. /sem'ee sil"in deuhr, sem'uy-/, n. half of a cylinder divided lengthwise. [1660-70; SEMI- + CYLINDER] * ...
semicynical
adj.; semicynically, adv. * * *
semidaily
/sem'ee day"lee, sem'uy-/, adj., adv. twice daily. [1865-70; SEMI- + DAILY] * * *
semidangerous
adj.; semidangerously, adv.; semidangerousness, n. * * *
semidarkness
/sem'ee dahrk"nis, sem'uy-/, n. partial darkness. [1840-50; SEMI- + DARKNESS] * * *
semideaf
adj.; semideafness, n. * * *
semidecadent
adj.; semidecadently, adv. * * *
semidecay
n. * * *
semidecayed
adj. * * *
semidefensive
adj.; semidefensively, adv.; semidefensiveness, n. * * *
semidefined
adj. * * *
semidefinite
adj.; semidefinitely, adv.; semidefiniteness, n. * * *
semideify
—semideification, n. /sem'ee dee"euh fuy', sem'uy-/, v.t., semideified, semideifying. to elevate (a person, object, or nature) to the status of a demigod. [1950-55; SEMI- + ...
semidelirium
n. * * *
semidemented
adj. * * *
semidependent
adj.; semidependently, adv. * * *
semidesert
/sem'ee dez"euhrt, sem'uy-/, n. an extremely dry area characterized by sparse vegetation. [1840-50; SEMI- + DESERT1] * * *
semidestructive
adj. * * *
semidetached
—semidetachment, n. /sem'ee di tacht", sem'uy-/, adj. 1. partly detached. 2. of or pertaining to a house joined by a party wall to another house or row of houses. [1855-60; ...
semidiameter
/sem'ee duy am"i teuhr, sem'uy-/, n. half of a diameter; radius. [1545-55; SEMI- + DIAMETER] * * *
semidiaphanous
adj.; semidiaphanously, adv.; semidiaphanousness, n. * * *
semidictatorial
adj.; semidictatorially, adv.; semidictatorialness, n. * * *
semidigested
adj. * * *

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