- adj. Occurring twice a week; occurring once every one-half a week
- adv. Twice a week.
- n. A periodical published twice a week.
- semi- + weekly (Wiktionary)
“Who would have thought that online bill paying would mean we are far less frequently facing semi-weekly "discussuments" not a discussion but not quite an argument about who got the mail from the mailbox and where it was set down?”
“Mr. Katz is editor of the semi-weekly Oriental Economist Alert.”
“This is a semi-weekly segment, at least that's how I'm aiming it, but this week's browsing proved to eventful.”
“As a semi-weekly addition to WTF, I wanted a place to vent and rant a little.”
“Mr. Katz is editor of the Oriental Economist Alert, a semi-weekly briefing on Japan.”
“If you don't get the response (s) you are looking for here try throwing your question out as a secondary topic in a response to his semi-weekly blog topic.”
“Cue Caption This, a semi-weekly caption competition where you can submit hilarious captions for the photo of the week via Twitter.”
“For my new semi-weekly gig with them, I have now written 4 articles, Should I Buy Into Feng Shui?,”
“I agree that Obumbles consistently is remarkable, but I have to disagree with you when you say his attacks are daily, to me they appear weekly or semi-weekly; for instance it last six weeks we had Sestak, Nasa outreach to Islam, DOJ racism, the Arizona suit, suspending the Jones act six weeks late, inadequate management of the Gulf oil crisis, refusal to adequately patrol the Arizona border without a bribe action on amnesty.”
“Unfortunately, not long after I had started publishing this semi-weekly calendar of local music, my schedule became out of control and I no longer had time.”
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