For many Democrats in politics, the market -- the daily machinery of the private economy -- is a semi-abstraction. From Wordnik.com. [Let's Increase Poverty, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty] Reference
As it turned out, the boss was conserving himself for an eruption into unaccompanied semi-abstraction that acted as a fanfare for a sumptuous Ellington medley. From Wordnik.com. [Sonny Rollins/The Bad Plus] Reference
I'd argue that the futurists with their passion for speed conveyed more about the real feeling of flying through semi-abstraction than a detailed schematic of a plane or a detailed virtual plane. From Wordnik.com. [Do virtual worlds liberate us?] Reference
The centrepiece of this show is a six-metre-long woodcut in which suggestions of skeletal spooks and masks are entangled within compositions reminiscent of the geometric semi-abstraction of early Miró or Kandinsky. From Wordnik.com. [This week's new exhibitions] Reference
But, with her weak, troubled sight, she only saw the usual semi-abstraction on her friend’s face. From Wordnik.com. [The Fox] Reference
He watched Kate’s face with that gleaming, intense semi-abstraction, a gleam that hung unwavering in his black eyes, and which suddenly reminded Kate of the morning star, or the evening star, hanging perfect between night and the sun. From Wordnik.com. [The Plumed Serpent] Reference
An air of semi-abstraction came over the lady. From Wordnik.com. [The Convert] Reference
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