semi-vegetarian

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semi-veg·e·tar·i·an

a vegetarian who consumes dairy products, eggs, chicken, and fish, but does not consume other animal flesh.
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semi-vegetarian

adjective Referring to near-vegetarian diet consisting of plant foods but which may include chicken or fish, dairy products, and eggs (but not red meat). 
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After several years of struggling through unimaginative vegetarian menus, I reluctantly embraced semi-vegetarianism. Red meat was still a no-no, though.
This study also used a broad definition of vegetarianism, including semi-vegetarianism. While this definition has been used in other similar studies (Gilbody et al., 1999; Klopp et al., 2003; O'Connor et al., 1987; Worsley & Skrzypiec, 1998), most of the vegetarians in this study were classified as semi-vegetarians (80.0%).
Semi-vegetarianism is a growing trend with young people, but true vegetarian, no.