Definition of Semiweekly

1. Noun. A periodical that is published twice each week (or 104 issues per year).

Generic synonyms: Serial, Serial Publication, Series



2. Adjective. Occurring twice a week.
Exact synonyms: Biweekly
Similar to: Periodic, Periodical

3. Adverb. Twice a week. "He called home semiweekly"
Exact synonyms: Biweekly
Partainyms: Biweekly

Definition of Semiweekly

1. a. Coming, or made, or done, once every half week; as, a semiweekly newspaper; a semiweekly trip.

Definition of Semiweekly

1. Adjective. (alternative spelling of semi-weekly) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Semiweekly

1. [n -LIES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Semiweekly

semivegetarianism
semivegetarians
semivertical heart
semiverticillate
semivitreous
semivitrification
semivitrified
semivocal
semivocalic
semivolatile
semivoluntary
semivowel
semivowels
semiweak
semiweeklies
semiweekly (current term)
semiwhisper
semiwild
semiworks
semiyearly
semla
semmit
semmits
semoleon
semolina
semolina pudding
semolina puddings
semolinas
semordnilap

Literary usage of Semiweekly

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Judicial and Statutory Definitions of Words and Phrases by West Publishing Company (1914)
"... the term "dally newspaper" being employed In such statute In contradistinction to the term "weekly," "semiweekly" or "triweekly" newspaper. Wilson v. ..."

2. Sources of English History of the Seventeenth Century, 1603-1689, in the by James Thayer Gerould, University of Minnesota Libraries (1921)
"33 nos. semiweekly. Continues Smith's Currant intelligence ... 2 nos. semiweekly. Not to be confused with the journal of the same name published by Benjamin ..."

3. State Banking Before the Civil War by Davis Rich Dewey, Robert Emmet Chaddock (1910)
"An article in the Albany semiweekly Argus, April 25, 1837, entitled "The Times," refers ... 6 See semiweekly Argus, May 31, 1836, for these and other votes. ..."

4. Hearings Before the Postal Commission by United States Postal commission. [from old catalog], Boies Penrose, Library of Congress Division of Bibliography (1907)
"The publisher ascertains that if his semiweekly were transformed into two ... So one semiweekly develops into two weeklies, and the Government loses its ..."

5. Sources of English History of the Seventeenth Century, 1603-1689 by James Thayer Gerould (1921)
"33 nos. semiweekly. Continues Smith's Currant intelligence; or, An impartial ... 2 nos. semiweekly. Not to be confused with the journal of the same name ..."

6. List of Newspapers and Periodicals Published in Kansas, Corrected to August by Kansas State Historical Society (1911)
"Salina Evening Journal (daily and semiweekly), republican; JL Bris- tow, ... The Salina Union (daily and semiweekly), democratic; JR Burton, editor, ..."

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