- a semifluid substance.
Origin of semifluid
Also called semiliquid.
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Examples from the Web for semifluid
It is the duty of these cells to absorb the semifluid food from within the intestine.
Some of the semifluid fces, dried with the proper precautions, had all the properties of ambergris.
The contents of the smaller ones are fluid, and of the larger, semifluid.Special Report on Diseases of Cattle
U.S. Department of Agriculture
The composition is applied in a semifluid state, but the plaster causes it to set, or to become solid immediately.Popular Technology; Volume 2
The locomotion is accomplished by a streaming or flowing of the semifluid protoplasm.
- having properties between those of a liquid and those of a solid
- a substance that has such properties because of high viscositytar is a semifluid
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