Semichaotic to Semirecondite
(Sem`i*cha*ot"ic) a. Partially chaotic.
(Sem"i*cho`rus), n. (Mus.) A half chorus; a passage to be sung by a selected portion of
the voices, as the female voices only, in contrast with the full choir.
(Sem`i-Chris"tian*ized) a. Half Christianized.
1. (a) The half of a circle; the part of a circle bounded by its diameter and half of its circumference. (b)
2. A body in the form of half of a circle, or half of a circumference.
3. An instrument for measuring angles.
(Sem"i*cir`cled) a. Semicircular. Shak.
Semicircular canals (Anat.), certain canals of the inner ear. See under Ear.
(Sem`i*cir"cu*lar) a. Having the form of half of a circle. Addison.
(Sem`i cir*cum"fer*ence) n. Half of a circumference.
(Sem"i*cirque) n. A semicircular hollow or opening among trees or hills. Wordsworth.
(Sem"i*co`lon) n. The punctuation mark [;] indicating a separation between parts or members
of a sentence more distinct than that marked by a comma.
(Sem"i*col`umn) n. A half column; a column bisected longitudinally, or along its axis.
(Sem`i*co*lum"nar) a. Like a semicolumn; flat on one side and round on the other; imperfectly
(Sem`i*com*pact") a. Half compact; imperfectly indurated.
(Sem`i*con"scious) a. Half conscious; imperfectly conscious. De Quincey.
(Sem"i*cope`) n. A short cope, or an inferier kind of cope. [Obs.] Chaucer.
(Sem`i crus*ta"ceous) a. Half crustaceous; partially crustaceous.
(Sem`i*crys"tal*line) a. (Min.) Half crystalline; said of certain cruptive rocks composed
partly of crystalline, partly of amorphous matter.
Semicubical parabola, a curve in which the ordinates are proportional to the square roots of the cubes
of the abscissas.
(Sem`i*cu"bic*al) a. (Math.) Of or pertaining to the square root of the cube of a quantity.
(Sem`i*cu"bi*um Sem`i*cu"pi*um) n. [LL., fr. L. semi half + cupa tub, cask.] A half bath,
or one that covers only the lewer extremities and the hips; a sitz-bath; a half bath, or hip bath.
(Sem`i*cy*lin"dric Sem`i*cy*lyn"dric*al) a. Half cylindrical.
(Sem`i*de*is"tic*al) a. Half deisticsl; bordering on deism. S. Miller.