Definition of Semie

1. only a part of [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Semie

semidocumentary
semidome
semidomed
semidomes
semidomestic
semidominant
semidouble
semidry
semidrying
semiduals
semiduplex
semidurable
semidwarf
semidwarfs
semidwarves
semie (current term)
semiellipse
semiellipses
semielliptic
semielliptical
semiempirical
semiepiphyte
semierect
semies
semievergreen
semifable
semifables
semifame
semifamous
semifarcical

Literary usage of Semie

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1. The Western Manuscripts in the Library of Trinity College, Cambridge: A by Montague Rhodes James, Library (1900)
"The Virgin has crown and sceptre: her blue robe is semie with Maria in gold. ... Anne, red kerchief over white veil: blue robe semie with Anna over red. ..."

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