Definitions

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  • adjective Subject to a moderate degree of secrecy; partially but not entirely secret

Etymologies

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semi- +‎ secret

Examples

  • Yet even now, with all those magazine covers and awards and invitations behind him, he still clearly enjoys the spotlight, especially when it opens new kinds of doors, such as the opportunity to teach at Harvard, participate in a prestigious art exhibition, or cook for the world leaders who gather for the semisecret Bilderberg meeting.

    The Sorcerer’s Apprentices

  • Picasso quickly wooed the girl, and for the next 14 years the couple carried on a semisecret love affair that produced a daughter, Maya, and inspired some of the artist's best-known paintings and sculptures.

    A Granddaughter's Picasso Album

  • Yet even now, with all those magazine covers and awards and invitations behind him, he still clearly enjoys the spotlight, especially when it opens new kinds of doors, such as the opportunity to teach at Harvard, participate in a prestigious art exhibition, or cook for the world leaders who gather for the semisecret Bilderberg meeting.

    The Sorcerer’s Apprentices

  • The idea of a semisecret entrance added an extra bit of intrigue to the visit for some.

    The Overton Window

  • The idea of a semisecret entrance added an extra bit of intrigue to the visit for some.

    The Overton Window

  • The idea of a semisecret entrance added an extra bit of intrigue to the visit for some.

    The Overton Window

  • Though Hoover was a semisecret drinker, Smith enjoyed his liquor openly even if not to the degree asserted by the pro-Smith editor of the Nation, who said the governor enjoyed four to eight cocktails or highballs daily.

    LAST CALL

  • The idea of a semisecret entrance added an extra bit of intrigue to the visit for some.

    The Overton Window

  • The idea of a semisecret entrance added an extra bit of intrigue to the visit for some.

    The Overton Window

  • Though Hoover was a semisecret drinker, Smith enjoyed his liquor openly even if not to the degree asserted by the pro-Smith editor of the Nation, who said the governor enjoyed four to eight cocktails or highballs daily.

    LAST CALL

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