- having a somewhat firm consistency; more or less solid.
- a semisolid substance.
Origin of semisolid
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Examples from the Web for semisolid
The stools are at first semisolid, and then are watery and serous.
A small quantity of semisolid fatty oil is obtained from the seeds by pressure.
Cysts may be true or false tumors and consist of a capsule containing a fluid or semisolid content.Special Report on Diseases of Cattle
U.S. Department of Agriculture
- having a viscosity and rigidity intermediate between that of a solid and a liquid
- partly solid
- a substance in this state