[ US /ˌsɛmaɪˈpɝmənənt, ˌsɛmiˈpɝmənənt, ˌsɛmɪˈpɝmənənt/ ]
  1. relating to or extending over a relatively long time
    a long-term investment
    the long-term reconstruction of countries damaged by the war
    the long-run significance of the elections
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How To Use semipermanent In A Sentence

  • It's essentially a semipermanent eyebrow tattoo that mimics the look of actual hairs. Times, Sunday Times
  • Opt for a service like eyelash tinting, or semipermanent lashes. The Sun
  • Permalinks are the equivalent of a citation, providing a semipermanent pointer to a piece of content.
  • I'd have preferred a cot until they got us semipermanent billets to stay in; at least cots can be sprayed with Lysol.
  • Those buying are mainly retirees, purchasing semipermanent or permanent homes. Times, Sunday Times
  • Then more layers of semipermanent colour are applied in slightly different warm shades. Times, Sunday Times
  • Most these days have a semipermanent address somewhere for the winter. Smithsonian
  • He'd been planning a village of yurts - semipermanent round tents made from wood and canvas - for ages. Times, Sunday Times
  • The stress of the early performances is replaced by a semipermanent state of crabby disaffection. Times, Sunday Times
  • Fillers broadly divide into two categories: semipermanent and permanent. Times, Sunday Times
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