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Liminoid vs. Liminal

Difference Between Liminoid and Liminal

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Liminoid

(anthropology) Having characteristics of a liminal experience, but optional and not involving the resolution of a personal crisis.
A graduation ceremony might be regarded as liminal, while a rock concert might be understood to be liminoid.
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Liminal

Intermediate between two states, conditions, or regions; transitional or indeterminate
"While doctors operate, she hangs suspended in the liminal space between life and death" (Jeremy Eichler).
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Liminal

Existing at the limen. Used of stimuli.
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Liminal

Of or pertaining to an entrance or threshold.
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Liminal

Of or pertaining to a beginning or first stage of a process.
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Liminal

Of or pertaining to a limen, especially a sensory threshhold.
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Liminal

Marginally perceptible.
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