- semi- + permanent (Wiktionary)
“The museum could define itself as a performance venue and build an audience for a kind of semipermanent Folklife Festival under its roof.”
“B" that proposed adding "semipermanent" members that would face reelection.”
“His latest product, Frizz-Ease 3-Day straight, is a semipermanent styling potion, for the lazy among us I'm including myself here, who don't want or need to wash their hair on a daily basis.”
“His left eyebrow rises in a semipermanent arch, lending him an aspect of either surprise or skepticism when he speaks.”
“In short, with the filibuster — a dubious tradition that encourages senators to act as spoilers rather than legislators, and that has locked the political system into semipermanent paralysis by ensuring that important decisions are endlessly deferred.”
“In some cases they put them in a “state of semipermanent civil war”; the conflict in Vietnam, for example, lasted thirty years and resulted in huge human losses, devastation of the land, and aborted economic development.10 The negative effects still linger in many areas.”
“Greece would still be condemned to semipermanent austerity and recession.”
“In the months and years that followed, the Mormon church became a semipermanent part of life in Felony Flats.”
“Ike then proposed the Dulles strategy, “a semipermanent organization of the user governments” that could work out “a de facto ‘coexistence’ ” with Egypt and keep the canal functioning.”
“In 2008, however, the Tour ditched Westchester as its permanent home in New York and is now essentially auditioning clubs prior to establishing a semipermanent rotation of host courses for the first FedEx Cup Playoff event every year.”
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