Origin of quasi
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Origin of quasi-
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH quasi-pseudo-, quasi-
How to use quasi in a sentence
And, every election, we have our quasi-comic-relief candidates, your Al Haigs and Gary Bauers and Bill Richardsons.
They are often set in quasi-rural areas, with vast parking lots and vacant land surrounding them.
The Southerners had history, ethnicity, culture, slavery, religion, and a quasi-aristocratic honor society to hold them together.
How does one punish the autocratic, omnipotent president of a quasi-superpower?
In the quasi religious world of EDM (electronic dance music), Avicii is on par with God himself.
The Vulgate translates: “Et obviabit illi quasi mater honorificata, et quasi mulier a virginitate suscipiet illum.”
In the New Testament a few examples appear in which his utterances are given a quasi-judicial tone.
Sometimes societies of a quasi religious character exist which persons join, surrendering their property and receiving support.
Atque, vt non putaret, hc nobis auctoribus gesta esse, perinde tamen poste in nos affectus fuit quasi credidisset.
These resemble corporations in some ways, and this is the reason for calling them quasi corporations.