- 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 biweekly
The news that ‘New York’ will publish biweekly is a sad day for publishing.‘New York’ Mag & the Cruel Double Meaning of ‘Biweekly’
December 2, 2013
If you have an annual salary of $1 million, your biweekly paycheck will be about $38,000.Did My Taxes Go Up? I Hadn’t Noticed.
March 27, 2013
Now a biweekly with a circulation of 50,000, the New Republic could use an infusion of cash.Ex-Obama Aide Buys The New Republic
March 9, 2012
An Ben Watson asked could he have a copy to put in the Biweekly.
Usually she gets everything on credit, and the lodgers pay their respective shares biweekly.New Homes for Old
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They worked it all up from the boiler-plate war news in the Biweekly and Lukes school geography.
It was commenced as a weekly journal, but after January 23 it was published biweekly.
- 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 biweekly
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