semifunctional love


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  • adj. Partly functional.


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semi- +‎ functional


  • That kind of semifunctional thinking is indicative of a low IQ.

    Running Blind

  • But Denali had only two semifunctional legs and that was quite another matter.

    The Last Chance Dog

  • While at first it may seem like an odd but semifunctional alternative to traditional RTS controls, any initial fascination deteriorates rapidly into abhorrence, when the control scheme collides with the game's delinquent interface and often nonfunctional pathing.

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  • The following release was intended for the semifunctional retard Jerry Vlasik of the ALF Propagandaministry.

    Planet Atheism

  • Eagerly collecting semifunctional gadgets because they are shiny-shiny, this activity is not the worst thing in the world.

    MAKE Magazine

  • Billions had been spent on research and resources by some of the most powerful combines in the Federation, but their successes had been limited at best, and the few useful tools and products they had developed were equally limited, no more than mindless, semifunctional industrial "helpers." proteins, especially enzymes, were nature's own nanotech, and the reefs were riddled with protoid matter so complex and btzane that for the most part nobody had ever seen anything like it.



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