Related formssem·i·flu·id·i·ty, noun
Examples from the Web for semifluid
Some of the semifluid fces, dried with the proper precautions, had all the properties of ambergris.
The endosarc is semifluid and rich in granules mostly “reserve” in nature, often showing proteid or fat reactions.
It is the duty of these cells to absorb the semifluid food from within the intestine.
Food may be taken into the body at any point, the semifluid protoplasm simply rolling over and engulfing the food material.
A series of these moulds are placed upon a table and filled with the semifluid composition.