Synonyms for quasi
Antonyms for quasi
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR QUASI
The treaty with France was declared at an end, and a quasi war with France ensued.
Genius is a quasi abnormality, and one for which the world should be devoutly grateful.
This quasi omnipresence supplies the imbecility of our condition.
In these following cases a real vow is quasi nullum, or must not be kept.
What had the authorities been doing during this period of quasi warfare?
And Henry of Huntingdon: "quasi castellum, impenetrabile Normannis."
To this quasi repartee she answered only with a coquettish little laugh.
The suppression of retainers converted land into a quasi property.
Her mood was quite different from that of her quasi daughter-in-law.
Then some of his facts are, I hear, quasi facts only, not unfrequently.