Examples from the Web for semi-nomadic
A proud, semi-nomadic group, they have successfully resisted invading forces for thousands of years.
The Guenoas existed in the north-western portion of the country, leading a semi-nomadic life.Uruguay|W. H. Koebel
Here are the great pasture lands of the Andes and their semi-nomadic shepherds.The Andes of Southern Peru|Isaiah Bowman
The Negritos are savages of low mentality, and most of them lead a nomadic or semi-nomadic life.
Previous to the Nara Period, the Japanese had been a semi-nomadic race.
Many of them have a considerable admixture of Negrito blood and live a semi-nomadic life.