- occurring every two weeks.
- occurring twice a week; semiweekly.
- a periodical issued every other week.
- every two weeks.
- twice a week.
Origin of biweekly
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Examples from the Web for bi-weekly
For a person making $50,000, that cut meant an extra $1,000 in income, or about $40 for every bi-weekly paycheck.Why Walmart Will Be Hurt by the Fiscal Cliff
December 14, 2012
Robert J. Samuelson has written a bi-weekly column for Newsweek since 1984.How Obama's State of the Union Muddied the Budget Debate
Robert J. Samuelson
January 26, 2011
An' Ben Watson asked could he have a copy to put in the Bi-weekly.
A bi-weekly service for both passengers and mails was at once planned.Opportunities in Aviation
At first they were weekly, then bi-weekly, and finally daily.Juliette Drouet's Love-Letters to Victor Hugo
Published bi-weekly by some syndicats of the building-trades.Syndicalism in France
This is the first issue of the Norwich Mercury as a bi-weekly newspaper.Yarmouth Notes
Frederick Danby Palmer
- every two weeks
- (often avoided because of confusion with sense 1) twice a week; semiweeklySee bi- 1
- a periodical published every two weeks
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Word Origin and History for bi-weekly
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