Intermediate in properties, especially in rigidity, between solids and liquids.(adjective)
A semisolid substance, such as a stiff dough or firm gelatin.(noun)
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Use "semisolid" in a sentence
"A process that uses algae-based gellifiers and calcium carbonate to turn liquids into semisolid globules, spherification is one of the signature techniques of elBulli."
"Agar-agar can turn most any liquid into something semisolid and, unlike gelatin, will maintain its texture even when heated."
"Mousse cake: In a siphon, Ms. Wong adds a batter made from chocolate, Evian water and egg whites, and freezes the entire mixture until it is chilled and semisolid scoopable, like ice cream."