Definition of Semies

1. semie [n] - See also: semie



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Semies

semidrying
semiduals
semiduplex
semidurable
semidwarf
semidwarfs
semidwarves
semie
semiellipse
semiellipses
semielliptic
semielliptical
semiempirical
semiepiphyte
semierect
semies (current term)
semievergreen
semifable
semifables
semifame
semifamous
semifarcical
semifertile
semifeudal
semifictional
semifictionalized
semifield
semifields
semifinal
semifinalist

Literary usage of Semies

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1. Publications by English Historical Society (1840)
"... Cae- 1 semies.] CDE ; SenneĀ», AS L3. L 2. ; omitted in E1. which reads ' rigore ' in the margin. ..."

2. The Life and Letters of Robert Leighton: Restoration Bishop of Dunblane and by Dugald Butler (1903)
"These public disputations are begun so soon as the semies have learned Porphyry's Isagoge, from whence the matter of disputation is taken. ..."

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