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semidirect
adj.; semidirectness, n. * * *
semidisabled
adj. * * *
semidiurnal
/sem'ee duy err"nl, sem'uy-/, adj. 1. pertaining to, consisting of, or accomplished in half a day. 2. occurring every 12 hours or twice each day. [1585-95; SEMI- + DIURNAL] * * *
semidivided
adj. * * *
semidivine
/sem'ee di vuyn", sem'uy-/, adj. somewhat more than mortal but less than divine. [1590-1600; SEMI- + DIVINE] * * *
semidivision
n. * * *
semidivisive
adj.; semidivisively, adv.; semidivisiveness, n. * * *
semidocumentary
adj., n., pl. semidocumentaries. * * *
semidome
—semidomed, adj. /sem"ee dohm', sem"uy-/, n. half a dome, esp. as formed by a vertical section, as over a semicircular apse. [1780-90; SEMI- + DOME] * * *
semidomed
See semidome. * * *
semidomestic
adj. * * *
semidomesticated
—semidomestication, n. /sem'ee deuh mes"ti kay'tid, sem'uy-/, adj. living in a state of partial domestication. [1840-50; SEMI- + DOMESTICATED] * * *
semidominance
/sem'ee dom"euh neuhns, sem'uy-/, n. Genetics. See incomplete dominance. [SEMI- + DOMINANCE] * * *
semidormant
adj. * * *
semidouble
/sem'ee dub"euhl, sem'uy-/, adj. Bot. having more petals than those of a single flower but fewer than those of a double flower. [1970-75; SEMI- + DOUBLE] * * *
semidramatic
adj. * * *
semidramatically
adv.^Z. * * *
semidry
/sem'ee druy", sem'uy-/, adj. partially or nearly dry. [1875-80; SEMI- + DRY] * * *
semiductile
adj. * * *
semidurables
/sem'ee door"euh beuhlz, -dyoor"-, sem'uy-/, n.pl. goods, as clothing or furniture, that are neither perishable nor truly durable. Also called semidurable goods. [SEMI- + ...
semielastic
adj. * * *
semielastically
adv. * * *
semielevated
adj. * * *
semiellipse
—semielliptic /sem'ee i lip"tik, sem'uy-/, semielliptical, adj. /sem'ee i lips", sem'uy-/, n. Geom. a half ellipse, usually one containing both ends of the major ...
semielliptical
semielliptical [sem΄ē i lip′ti kəl] adj. having the form of a half ellipse semiellipse [sem΄ē ilips′] n. * * * sem·i·el·lip·ti·cal (sĕm'ē-ĭ-lĭpʹtĭ-kəl, ...
semiemotional
adj.; semiemotionally, adv. * * *
semiempirical
adj.; semiempirically, adv. * * *
Semiempirical constants
▪ Table Semiempirical constants*      a b      98 californium (Cf) 152.86 −52.9506 96 curium (Cm) 152.44 −53.6825 94 plutonium (Pu) 146.23 −52.0899 92 ...
semiepic
adj., n. * * *
semiepical
adj.; semiepically, adv. * * *
semierect
adj.; semierectly, adv.; semierectness, n. * * *
semievergreen
/sem'ee ev"euhr green', sem'uy-/, adj. Bot. retaining green, unwithered leaves for part of the winter or through comparatively mild winters. [1900-05; SEMI- + EVERGREEN] * * *
semiexclusive
adj.; semiexclusively, adv.; semiexclusiveness, n. * * *
semiexecutive
adj. * * *
semiexpanded
adj. * * *
semiexpansible
adj. * * *
semiexperimental
adj.; semiexperimentally, adv. * * *
semiexposed
adj. * * *
semiexpositive
adj. * * *
semiexpository
adj. * * *
semiexposure
n. * * *
semiexternal
adj.; semiexternally, adv. * * *
semifiction
n. * * *
semifictional
adj.; semifictionally, adv. * * *
semifictitious
adj. * * *
semifigurative
adj.; semifiguratively, adv.; semifigurativeness, n. * * *
semifinal
/sem'ee fuyn"l, sem'uy-/, Sports. adj. 1. of or pertaining to the round preceding the final one in a tournament from which losers are eliminated. 2. (in boxing) of or pertaining ...
semifinalist
/sem'ee fuyn"l ist, sem'uy-/, n. Sports. a participant or one qualified to participate in a semifinal. [1920-25; SEMIFINAL + -IST, on the model of FINALIST] * * *
semifine
adj. * * *
semifinished
/sem'ee fin"isht, sem'uy-/, adj. 1. partially or almost finished. 2. (of a manufactured object) being in a form suitable for working easily into a finished product. [1900-05; ...
semifitted
/sem'ee fit"id, sem'uy-/, adj. designed to fit closely but not snugly: a semifitted jacket. [1945-50; SEMI- + FIT1 + -ED2] * * *
semifixed
adj. * * *
semiflexible
/sem'ee flek"seuh beuhl, sem'uy-/, adj. moderately or somewhat flexible. [1920-25; SEMI- + FLEXIBLE] * * *
semifloating
/sem'ee floh"ting, sem'uy-/, adj. noting or pertaining to a driving axle of an automobile or the like, the inner end of which is carried by the differential gear and the outer ...
semifluid
—semifluidity, n. /sem'ee flooh"id, sem'uy-/, adj. 1. imperfectly fluid; having both fluid and solid characteristics; semiliquid. n. 2. a semifluid substance. Also called ...
semifluidity
See semifluid. * * *
semiformal
/sem'ee fawr"meuhl, sem'uy-/, adj. partly formal; containing some formal elements: a semiformal occasion; semiformal attire. [1930-35; SEMI- + FORMAL] * * *
semiformed
adj. * * *
semifossilized
adj. * * *
semifrontier
n. * * *
semifunctional
adj.; semifunctionally, adv. * * *
semifurnished
adj. * * *
semifused
adj. * * *
semifuturistic
adj. * * *
semigeometric
adj. * * *
semigeometrical
adj.; semigeometrically, adv. * * *
semiglaze
n. * * *
semiglazed
adj. * * *
semiglobular
—semiglobularly, adv. /sem'ee glob"yeuh leuhr, sem'uy-/, adj. possessing the form of half a globe; hemispheric. [1715-25; SEMI- + GLOBULAR] * * *
semigloss
/sem"ee glos', -glaws', sem"uy-/, adj. 1. (of paint or a painted surface) having a moderate, satiny luster; having or producing a sheen that is neither flat nor highly ...
semiglossy
See semigloss. * * *
semigod
n. * * *
semigovernmental
adj.; semigovernmentally, adv. * * *
semigroup
/sem"ee groohp'/, n. Math. an algebraic system closed under an associative binary operation. [1925-30; SEMI- + GROUP] * * *
semih.
(in prescriptions) half an hour. [ < L semihora] * * *
semihard
adj.; semihardness, n. * * *
semihardened
adj. * * *
semihardy
/sem'ee hahr"dee, sem'uy-/, adj. Hort. partially hardy; able to survive moderately low temperatures: semihardy plants. [1900-05; SEMI- + HARDY1] * * *
semiherbaceous
adj. * * *
semiheretic
adj., n. * * *
semiheretical
adj. * * *
semihistoric
adj. * * *
semihistorical
adj.; semihistorically, adv. * * *
semihostile
adj.; semihostilely, adv. * * *
semihumanism
n. * * *
semihumanistic
adj. * * *
semihumanitarian
adj., n. * * *
semihumanized
adj. * * *
semihyperbolic
adj. * * *
semihysterical
adj.; semihysterically, adv. * * *
semijocular
adj.; semijocularly, adv. * * *
semijudicial
adj.; semijudicially, adv. * * *
semijuridic
adj. * * *
semijuridical
adj.; semijuridically, adv. * * *
semilegendary
adj. * * *
semilegislative
adj.; semilegislatively, adv. * * *
semilethal
adj. * * *
semiliberal
adj., n.; semiliberally, adv. * * *
semiliquid
—semiliquidity, n. /sem'ee lik"wid, sem'uy-/, adj., n. semifluid. [1675-85; SEMI- + LIQUID] * * *
semiliquidity
See semiliquid. * * *
semiliteracy
See semiliterate. * * *
semiliterate
—semiliteracy /sem'ee lit"euhr euh see, sem'uy-/, n. /sem'ee lit"euhr it, sem'uy-/, adj. 1. barely able to read and write. 2. capable of reading but not writing. 3. literate ...
Sémillon
/say'mee yohonn"/; Fr. /say mee yawonn"/, n. a variety of white grape used in winemaking, esp. in France in the Sauternes district of Bordeaux. [1870-75; < F, earlier sémilion < ...
semilog
sem·i·log (sĕmʹē-lôg', -lŏg', sĕmʹī-) adj. Semilogarithmic. * * *
semilogarithmic
/sem'ee law'geuh ridh"mik, -rith"-, -log'euh-, sem'uy-/, adj. Math. (of graphing) having one scale logarithmic and the other arithmetic or of uniform gradation. Also, ...
semilucent
adj. * * *
semiluminous
adj.; semiluminously, adv.; semiluminousness, n. * * *
semilunar
/sem'ee looh"neuhr, sem'uy-/, adj. shaped like a half-moon; crescent. [1590-1600; SEMI- + LUNAR] * * *
semilunar bone
lunate (def. 2). [1825-35] * * *
semilunar valve
Anat. either of two valves, one in the aorta and one in the pulmonary artery, consisting of a set of three crescent-shaped flaps of tissue and serving to prevent blood from ...
semilunarbone
semilunar bone n. See lunate bone. * * *
semilunarcartilage
semilunar cartilage n. Either of the crescent-shaped wedges of fibrocartilage found in the knee joint. * * *
semilunarvalve
semilunar valve n. Either of two valves, one located at the opening of the aorta and the other at the opening of the pulmonary artery, each consisting of three crescent-shaped ...
semilunate
adj. * * *
semilunated
adj. * * *
semilustrous
adj; semilustrously, adv.; semilustrousness, n. * * *
semiluxury
n., pl. semiluxuries. * * *
semilyric
adj. * * *
semilyrical
adj.; semilyrically, adv. * * *
semimagical
adj.; semimagically, adv. * * *
semimagnetic
adj. * * *
semimagnetical
adj.; semimagnetically, adv. * * *
semimajor axis
/sem"ee may"jeuhr, sem"uy-, sem'ee-, sem'uy-/ 1. Geom. one half the major axis of an ellipse. 2. Astron. one half the major axis of the ellipse that one celestial body describes ...
semimalicious
adj.; semimaliciously, adv.; semimaliciousness, n. * * *
semimalignant
adj.; semimalignantly, adv. * * *
semimanagerial
adj.; semimanagerially, adv. * * *
semimanneristic
adj. * * *
semimarine
adj., n. * * *
semimathematical
adj.; semimathematically, adv. * * *
semimatte
/sem"ee mat", sem"uy-/, adj. midway between matte and glossy, as certain paper or paint. Also, semimat, semimatt. [1935-40; SEMI- + MATTE1] * * *
semimature
adj.; semimaturely, adv.; semimatureness, n. * * *
semimaturity
n. * * *
semimechanical
adj. * * *
semimechanistic
adj. * * *
semimedicinal
adj. * * *
semimembranous
adj. * * *
semimetallic
adj. * * *
semimetaphoric
adj. * * *
semimetaphorical
adj.; semimetaphorically, adv. * * *
semimicroanalysis
/sem"ee muy'kroh euh nal"euh sis/, n., pl. semimicroanalyses /-seez'/. Chem. any analytical method in which the weight of the sample is between 10 and 100 milligrams. [1950-55; ...
semimild
adj.; semimildness, n. * * *
semimineral
adj. * * *
semimineralized
adj. * * *
semiministerial
adj. * * *
semiminor axis
/sem"ee muy"neuhr, sem"uy-, sem'ee-, sem'uy-/ 1. Geom. one half the minor axis of an ellipse. 2. Astron. one half the minor axis of the ellipse that one celestial body describes ...
semimobile
adj. * * *
semimoderate
adj.; semimoderately, adv. * * *
semimoist
adj. * * *
semimonarchic
adj. * * *
semimonarchical
adj.; semimonarchically, adv. * * *
semimonastic
adj. * * *
semimonthly
/sem'ee munth"lee, sem'uy-/, adj., n., pl. semimonthlies, adv. adj. 1. made, occurring, done, or published twice a month. n. 2. something occurring every half month or twice a ...
semimoralistic
adj. * * *
semimountainous
adj.; semimountainously, adv. * * *
semimystic
adj. * * *
semimystical
adj.; semimystically, adv.; semimysticalness, n. * * *
semimythic
adj. * * *
semimythical
adj.; semimythically, adv. * * *
seminaked
adj. * * *
seminal
—seminality, n. —seminally, adv. /sem"euh nl/, adj. 1. pertaining to, containing, or consisting of semen. 2. Bot. of or pertaining to seed. 3. having possibilities of future ...
seminal fluid
the fluid component of semen, excluding the sperm. [1925-30] * * *
seminal principle
Philos. a potential, latent within an imperfect object, for attaining full development. * * *
seminal vesicle
Anat. either of two small saclike glands, located on each side of the bladder in males, that add nutrient fluid to semen during ejaculation. [1885-90] * * * ▪ ...
seminalduct
seminal duct n. The duct of the testis that carries semen outward, especially the part of the duct that runs from the epididymis to the ejaculatory duct. * * *
seminalfluid
seminal fluid n. See semen. * * *
seminally
See seminal. * * *
seminalvesicle
seminal vesicle n. Either of a pair of pouchlike glands situated on each side of the male urinary bladder that secrete seminal fluid and nourish and promote the movement of ...
seminar
/sem"euh nahr'/, n. 1. a small group of students, as in a university, engaged in advanced study and original research under a member of the faculty and meeting regularly to ...
seminarcotic
adj. * * *
seminarian
/sem'euh nair"ee euhn/, n. a student in a theological seminary. Also, seminarist /sem"euh neuhr ist/. [1575-85; SEMINARY + -AN] * * *
seminarrative
adj. * * *
seminars
➡ higher education * * *
seminary
—seminarial, adj. /sem"euh ner'ee/, n., pl. seminaries. 1. a special school providing education in theology, religious history, etc., primarily to prepare students for the ...
seminasal
adj.; seminasally, adv. * * *
seminasality
n. * * *
semination
/sem'euh nay"sheuhn/, n. a sowing or impregnating; dissemination. [1525-35; < L semination- (s. of seminatio), equiv. to seminat(us) (ptp. of seminare to sow, deriv. of semen ...
seminervous
adj.; seminervously, adv.; seminervousness, n. * * *
semineurotic
adj. * * *
semineutral
adj. * * *
seminiferous
/sem'euh nif"euhr euhs/, adj. 1. Anat. conveying or containing semen. 2. Bot. bearing or producing seed. [1685-95; < L semin- (s. of semen) seed, SEMEN + -I- + -FEROUS] * * *
seminiferous tubule
Anat. any of the coiled tubules of the testis in which spermatozoa are produced. [1855-60] * * *
seminiferoustubule
seminiferous tubule n. One of two or three twisted, curved tubules in each lobule of the testis in which spermatozoa develop. * * *
seminivorous
/sem'euh niv"euhr euhs/, adj. feeding on seeds: seminivorous birds. [1680-90; < L semin- (s. of semen) seed, SEMEN + - I- + -VOROUS] * * *
seminocturnal
adj. * * *
Seminole
/sem"euh nohl'/, n., pl. Seminoles, (esp. collectively) Seminole, adj. n. 1. a member of any of several groupings of North American Indians comprising emigrants from the Creek ...
Seminole Wars
U.S. Hist. 1. a series of conflicts in 1818-19 between American forces under Andrew Jackson and the Seminole Indians in Spanish-controlled eastern Florida. 2. a series of ...
Seminolebread
Seminole bread n. See coontie. * * *
seminoma
seminoma [sem΄i nō′mə] n. pl. seminomas, seminomata a type of malignant tumor that forms in a testicle * * * sem·i·no·ma (sĕm'ə-nōʹmə) n. pl. sem·i·no·mas or ...
seminomad
n. * * *
seminomadic
adj. * * *
seminomadically
adv. * * *
seminomadism
n. * * *
seminormal
adj.; seminormally, adv.; seminormalness, n. * * *
seminude
adj. * * *
seminudity
n. * * *
semiobjective
adj.; semiobjectively, adv.; semiobjectiveness, n. * * *
semioblivious
adj.; semiobliviously, adv.; semiobliviousness, n. * * *
semiofficial
—semiofficially, adv. /sem'ee euh fish"euhl, sem'uy-/, adj. having some degree of official authority. [1800-10; SEMI- + OFFICIAL] * * *
semiofficially
See semiofficial. * * *
semiologist
See semiology. * * *
semiology
—semiologic /see'mee euh loj"ik, sem'ee-, se'muy-/, semiological, adj. —semiologist, n. /see'mee ol"euh jee, sem'ee-, see'muy-/, n. the study of signs and symbols; ...
semiopaque
—semiopacity /sem'ee oh pas"i tee, sem'uy-/, n. /sem'ee oh payk", sem'uy-/, adj. partly or nearly opaque. [1685-95; SEMI- + OPAQUE] * * *
semiopen
adj.; semiopenly, adv.; semiopenness, n. * * *
semioptimistic
adj. * * *
semioratorical
adj.; semioratorically, adv. * * *
semiorganic
adj. * * *
semiorganically
adv. * * *
semioriental
adj.; semiorientally, adv. * * *
semiorthodox
adj.; semiorthodoxly, adv. * * *
semiotic
/see'mee ot"ik, sem'ee, see'muy-/, adj. Also, semiotical. 1. of or pertaining to signs. 2. of or pertaining to semiotics. 3. Med. of or pertaining to symptoms; symptomatic. n. 4. ...
semiotically
See semiotic. * * *
semiotician
See semiotics. * * *
semiotics
—semiotician /see'mee euh tish"euhn, sem'ee-, see'muy-/, n. /see'mee ot"iks, sem'ee-, see'muy-/, n. (used with a sing. v.) 1. the study of signs and symbols as elements of ...
semioval
adj.; semiovally, adv.; semiovalness, n. * * *
semiovate
adj. * * *
semioviparous
/sem'ee oh vip"euhr euhs, sem'uy-/, adj. bearing young in an incomplete state of development, as a marsupial. [1895-1900; SEMI- + OVIPAROUS] * * *
semioxygenized
adj. * * *
semipacifist
adj., n. * * *
semipacifistic
adj. * * *
semipagan
n., adj. * * *
semipaganish
adj. * * *
Semipalatinsk
/sem'i peuh lah"tinsk/; Russ. /syi myi pu lah"tyinsk/, n. a city in NE Kazakhstan, on the Irtysh River. 283,000. * * *
semipalmate
/sem'ee pal"mayt, -mit, -pahl"-, -pah"mayt, sem'uy-/, adj. partially or imperfectly palmate, as a bird's foot; half-webbed. Also, semipalmated. [1775-85; SEMI- + PALMATE] * * *
semipalmated plover
a New World plover, Charadrius semipalmatus, having a black ring around the chest and semipalmate feet, inhabiting beaches and salt marshes. [1820-30, Amer.] * * *
semipalmated sandpiper
a common North American sandpiper, Calidris pusillus, having semipalmate feet. [1800-10, Amer.] * * *
semipalmatedplover
semipalmated plover n. A small plover (Charadrius semipalmatus) that breeds in the arctic New World and has a web between the middle and inner toes. * * *
semiparalysis
n., pl. semiparalyses. * * *
semiparalytic
n., adj. * * *
semiparalyzed
adj. * * *
semiparasite
semiparasite [sem΄ipar′ə sīt΄] n. HEMIPARASITE * * * sem·i·par·a·site (sĕm'ē-părʹə-sīt', sĕm'ī-) n. See hemiparasite.   sem'i·par'a·sitʹic (-sĭtʹĭk) ...
semiparasitic
—semiparasite /sem'ee par"euh suyt', sem'uy-/, n. —semiparasitism /sem'ee par"euh suy'tiz euhm, sem'uy-/, n. /sem'ee par'euh sit"ik, sem'uy-/, adj. 1. Biol. commonly ...
semiparasitism
See semiparasitic. * * *
semiparochial
adj. * * *
semipassive
adj.; semipassively, adv.; semipassiveness, n. * * *
semipaste
n. * * *
semipastoral
adj.; semipastorally, adv. * * *
semipathologic
adj. * * *
semipathological
adj.; semipathologically, adv. * * *
semipatriot
n. * * *
semipatriotic
adj. * * *
semipatterned
adj. * * *
semipeace
n. * * *

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