Definition of Semiretirement

1. Noun. A state of partial retirement, working only part-time or occasionally ¹



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Definition of Semiretirement

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Semiretirement

semiraw
semirealistic
semireality
semireclined
semirecondite
semirecumbent
semireflective
semireformed
semiregular
semiregular tessellation
semiregular tessellations
semiregularity
semirelativistic
semireligious
semiretired
semiretirement (current term)
semiretirements
semirevealing
semirigid
semiring
semirings
semiround
semirounded
semirounds
semirural
semis
semisacred
semisatiric
semisatirical
semisatisfied

Literary usage of Semiretirement

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1. Opposition and Dissent in Contemporary China by Peter R. Moody (1977)
"At the end of 1958 Mao was forced into semiretirement, and during the first part of 1959 many in the party began cautiously to express second thoughts about ..."

2. Appletons' Annual Cyclopædia and Register of Important Events of the Year (1899)
"After 1882 she wrote but little and lived in semiretirement in Philadelphia. Her published books comprise "The Morrisons: A Story of Domestic Life" (New ..."

3. The Glory of the Coming: What Mine Eyes Have Seen of Americans in Action in by Irvin Shrewsbury Cobb (1918)
"When I emerged from semiretirement it was to learn that we had reached the so-called danger zone. The escort of warcraft for our transport had been ..."

4. Brazil by Errol Lincoln Uys (2000)
"... and he went into semiretirement, taking a desk job at a barracks in Rio de Janeiro. The presidential election in March 1894 had found the army divided, ..."

5. Terrorist Group Profiles (1993)
"After this incident, he apparently went into semiretirement and became an adviser to various Middle East terrorist groups. Although unconfirmed, Carlos was ..."

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