semipermanent


semi·per·ma·nent

adjective \-ˈpər-mə-nənt, -ˈpərm-nənt\

Definition of SEMIPERMANENT

:  lasting or intended to last for a long time but not permanent

First Known Use of SEMIPERMANENT

1881

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