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The Collaborative International Dictionary

bimonthly \bi*month"ly\, a. [Pref. bi- + monthly.] Occurring, done, or coming, once in two months; as, bimonthly visits; bimonthly publications. -- n. A bimonthly publication.

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary

also bi-monthly, 1846, "happening once in two months, every two months," also "occurring twice a month," a hybrid from bi- + monthly.


a. 1 Occurring once every two months; bimestrial 2 twice every month; semimonthly. adv. 1 once every two months; bimestrially 2 twice every month; semimonthly. n. A publication that is published on a bimonthly basis.

  1. adj. occurring twice a month; "a semimonthly publication" [syn: semimonthly]

  2. occurring every two months; "bimonthly visits" [syn: bimestrial]

  3. n. a periodical that is published bimonthly

  4. adv. twice a month; "salaries are paid semimonthly" [syn: semimonthly]

  5. every two months; "the bill was payable bimonthly"

Usage examples of "bimonthly".

No mention of the Arkansas couple on any official paperwork, though I found check stubs I had missed the first time around, records of bimonthly payments to J.

Then two more days of exile and finally a bone, the bimonthly overnight weekend.

Paramount sponsors a fan club with a bimonthly newsletter to tell you all the latest news about the movies, the TV series, the actors, and the creators: The Official Star Trek Fan Club P.

E-mail address is there along with my ornery bimonthly column, Xanth database, and ongoing survey of Internet publishers maintained for aspiring writers.

Nova Publications during these years had also published another sf magazine, Science Fiction Adventures, on a bimonthly basis from March, 1958 to No.

Also half a dozen youths from the weeklies, the monthlies, the biweeklies, the bimonthlies .

He liked to hear his captains enjoying a mild slanging match, even at his bimonthly conferences.

And she was exceptionally kind to the older children of the neighborhood and frequently entertained the teenage boys by supplying beer and gambling money from her bimonthly checks from the Bureau of Public Assistance and finally by deflowering three of them after a game of strip poker.