semiaquatic


semi·aquat·ic

adjective \-ə-ˈkwä-tik, -ˈkwa-\

Definition of SEMIAQUATIC

:  growing equally well in or adjacent to water; also :  frequenting but not living wholly in water

First Known Use of SEMIAQUATIC

1833

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