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sem•i•post•al



Pronunciation: (sem"ē-pōs'tl, sem"ī-), [key] Philately.

n.
a postage stamp sold by a government at a premium above its face value, the excess being used for a nonpostal purpose, as a charity.

adj.
noting or pertaining to such a stamp.

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