Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In physical chemistry, having half the concentration of a normal solution, or containing half a grammolecule (or gram-equivalent) of dissolved substance in one liter of solution. See concentration .
““A normal restaurant with normal food with seminormal people.””
“That makes me a seminormal teenage girl as opposed to a backstabbing skank-whore with no sense of integrity.”
“It took until Monday for things to get back to seminormal.”
“No one wants to think that even a seminormal human being -- indeed, nearly a score of them -- could do what the terrorists did on September 11.”
“My favorite one-pot pasta meal was simmering on the stove, and I was starting to feel seminormal for the first time that day when the doorbell rang.”
“For the first time since she had arrived in Tarsina, she felt seminormal.”
“I thought I was a freak until joining this group - but, apparently, I'm seminormal.”
“If he could just have a seminormal life, that wouldn't be so difficult for him.”
“You see us o the show and we appear to have seminormal lives, but if you watch any entertainment news show, half of the cast is being swarmed by paparazzi," Conrad explained to”
“Let's call today's $30-$40 oil the seminormal case, though it could get worse.”
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