semi-formal

ADJECTIVE
  1. moderately formal; requiring a dinner jacket
    he wore semiformal attire
    a black-tie dinner
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How To Use semi-formal In A Sentence

  • Regimental durbars, semi-formal councils, enabled men to air complaints outside the usual hierarchy, and in WW I Indian soldiers on the western front were issued with the narcotic hemp they were accustomed to chew.
  • Sometimes the biggest challenge to getting ready for a semi-formal date is defining ‘semiformal.’
  • We are told that the company has been making clothing from well before the second world war and the range being sold here include shirts, polos, chinos, semi-formal trousers and ties.
  • We think its best looks for summer are its lightweight semi-formal coats in pink slubbed cotton or a khaki safari style - a good basis for dressing up or down.
  • In lieu of a gown and tux, however, you may opt to dress in casual, colorful beachwear or semi-formal evening wear.
  • If wearing a cutaway suit or stroller (semi-formal suit jacket), wear black pants without the satin stripe going down the sides, or even gray or gray and black pinstriped pants.
  • Even in the semi-formal surroundings of the Team GB press marquee there is a waspish chemistry between the pair, and an air of almost marital delicacy when the subject is broached of Grainger's recent outings with alternative partners during Watkins' recent injury break. Katherine Grainger and Anna Watkins ready to put chemistry to the test
  • Colin's long hair was slicked back and he was dressed in semi-formal apparel.
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