Semisolid meaning

sĕmē-sŏlĭd, sĕmī-
Intermediate in properties, especially in rigidity, between solids and liquids.
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A semisolid substance, such as a stiff dough or firm gelatin.
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Viscous and slowly flowing, as hot asphalt.
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A semisolid substance.
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Having properties that partially resemble those of a solid; having properties between those of a solid and those of a liquid.
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Origin of semisolid

  • From semi- +"Ž solid.

    From Wiktionary