[sem-ee-klas-i-kuh l, sem-ahy-]
Origin of semiclassical
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Examples from the Web for semi-classical
Somewhere between this date and 1624 an inner porch, of semi-classical design, was inserted at the west end.Bell's Cathedrals: Southwark Cathedral
The six-year classical and semi-classical schools are comparatively unimportant subdivisions in smaller towns.
There must be equality of privileges as between classical, semi-classical and non-classical first-grade schools.