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semiprofessionals

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  • n. Plural form of semiprofessional.

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Examples

  • Professionals, semiprofessionals, and university students scored between these groups.

    The Bass Handbook of Leadership

  • Men trained in law who came from England found a market for their services; so did laymen with a smattering of law; there were semiprofessionals, too, with experience for sale.

    A History of American Law

  • Leave all the hill climbs and Macao Grand Prix to the semiprofessionals.

    Noble House

  • For the directors, who like the actors are a mix of professionals and semiprofessionals with day jobs, the lure is obviously that you get to play around.

    The News Tribune Blogs

  • On one hand the young upstart was making the world foot-conscious as never before, and he was training (largely at his own expense in the beginning) scores of semiprofessionals who were acquiring in a few months more up-to-date information about foot anatomy than had been generally available to shoe salesmen.

    Chicago Reader

  • The journalist profession will be overrun by semiprofessionals and amateurs.

    Online Journalism Blog

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