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semiformal

adjective semi·for·mal \-ˈfr-məl\

: somewhat formal : not informal but not highly formal

Full Definition of SEMIFORMAL

:  being or suitable for an occasion of moderate formality <a semiformal dinner> <semiformal gowns>

Examples of SEMIFORMAL

  1. She wore a semiformal gown to the wedding.

First Known Use of SEMIFORMAL

1906

Rhymes with SEMIFORMAL

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