Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • adjective Partially attached or joined.

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  • adjective Attached on one side; sharing a wall with a neighboring residential building.

Etymologies

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semi- +‎ attached

Examples

  • Located about two hours by car from Buffalo, N.Y., Toronto still is dominated by neighborhoods of semiattached or stand-alone homes, much like cities in the Northeast.

    Toronto Wary of Condo Correction

  • And the men and women of the Pocket, mainly men and mainly single, with only a small cluster of marrieds and their albino, was the joke, children—they lived in semiattached bungalows at the edge of the missile range and listened to the wind that the sages of the old nations spoke about, evolving metaphors and philosophies, and it recrested the dunes, blowing steadily, sometimes, for days.

    Underworld

  • And the men and women of the Pocket, mainly men and mainly single, with only a small cluster of marrieds and their albino, was the joke, children—they lived in semiattached bungalows at the edge of the missile range and listened to the wind that the sages of the old nations spoke about, evolving metaphors and philosophies, and it recrested the dunes, blowing steadily, sometimes, for days.

    Underworld

  • And the men and women of the Pocket, mainly men and mainly single, with only a small cluster of marrieds and their albino, was the joke, children—they lived in semiattached bungalows at the edge of the missile range and listened to the wind that the sages of the old nations spoke about, evolving metaphors and philosophies, and it recrested the dunes, blowing steadily, sometimes, for days.

    Underworld

  • Q Can you interpret Mahathir's list of reservations that he attached to the -- that sort of semiattached to the draft agreement.

    Backgrounder On Apec Meetings In Bogor Indonesia

  • Located about two hours by car from Buffalo, N.Y., Toronto still is dominated by neighborhoods of semiattached or stand-alone homes, much like cities in the Northeast.

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