Definition of Seminomad

1. Noun. A seminomadic person. ¹



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Definition of Seminomad

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Seminomad

seminations
seminatural
seminification
seminist
seminists
seminoles
seminolipid
seminolipids
seminomad (current term)
seminomadic
seminomads
seminomas
seminomata
seminomatous
seminorm
seminormal
seminormalcy
seminorms
seminude
seminudities
seminudity
seminumerical

Literary usage of Seminomad

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1. New Englander and Yale Review by Edward Royall Tyler, William Lathrop Kingsley, George Park Fisher, Timothy Dwight (1862)
"The inhabitants of eastern Syria have, in all ages, from the times of Job and Moses, lived a seminomad life, dwelling in both towns and tents, ..."

2. Race Life of the Aryan Peoples by Joseph Pomeroy Widney (1907)
"If whisky could be kept from him, and he made the roaming cattle man, the seminomad of the Great Plains, there might be a place and a possibility for him. ..."

3. National Ideals in the Old Testament by Henry Joel Cadbury (1920)
"We have already described the simpler organization of the nomad and seminomad age, and we are prepared to believe, with the writers of Samuel and ..."

4. National Ideals in the Old Testament by Henry Joel Cadbury (1920)
"We have already described the simpler organization of the nomad and seminomad age, and we are prepared to believe, with the writers of Samuel and ..."

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