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semiabstract

adjective semi·ab·stract \-ab-ˈstrakt, -ˈab-ˌ\

Definition of SEMIABSTRACT

:  having subject matter that is easily recognizable although the form is stylized <semiabstract art>
semi·ab·strac·tion \-ab-ˈstrak-shən\ noun

First Known Use of SEMIABSTRACT

1871

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