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semesterly Syllabification: se·mes·ter·ly
Pronunciation: /səˈmestərlē/

Entry from US English dictionary

Definition of semesterly in English:

adjective

Happening or appearing once per academic semester: fines may be added onto semesterly expenses
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  • What confounded many critics, politicians, and on a semesterly basis continues to trouble the (mostly white) students to whom I teach the film, is the apparent lack of narrative logic leading to Mookie's action.
  • The program could allow students, staff and faculty to use their library cards as three-zone bus passes with payment of a semesterly fee, estimated at $60 - $80.
  • When asked how a $50,000-event would fit into a semesterly events budget of $7,000, Rozell said she expected some of the costs to be recovered.

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