semipolitical


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sem·i·po·lit·i·cal

 (sĕm′ē-pə-lĭt′ĭ-kəl, sĕm′ī-)
adj.
Political in some aspects or activities.

semipolitical

(ˌsɛmɪpəˈlɪtɪkəl)
adj
of a partially political nature; having some political features
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Adj.1.semipolitical - political in some (but not all) aspects
political - involving or characteristic of politics or parties or politicians; "calling a meeting is a political act in itself"- Daniel Goleman; "political pressure"; "a political machine"; "political office"; "political policy"
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To go back to the story of my being asked by my district chairman to run for state committee, I decided to fully lay out my convictions--I am a pro-choice, pro-gay marriage, pro-immigration atheist radical for capitalism who runs an Objectivist group, plays in a semipolitical punk rock band, and so I told him I may not be a viable candidate.
Moreover, following their 1763 victory over the Jesuits, the movement transformed into a semipolitical group that fiercely questioned state absolutism as well as ecclesiastical despotism by appeal to the rights of conscience.
When the Convention of 1846 was called, there was a general, if not universal, conviction that the court for the correction of errors, or, as it was familiarly called, "the court of errors," had outlived its usefulness; that a court including one entire branch of the legislature, with only a very small minority of members representing the judiciary, was not the best form of a high judicial tribunal under our system of government, and that the semipolitical and semijudicial tribunal so constituted could not be expected to work out the best results in the administration of justice.