synonymous

[ si-non-uh-muh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF synonymous

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Every advance in civilisation is synonymous with a progressive diminution of the differences.

The latter (he replied), if justice be synonymous with that high type of virtue.

Do you mean to assert (he asked) that lawful and just are synonymous terms?

Affinity-marriages, then, are not synonymous with soul-mating.

Synonymous with the Kufie.Nyctalopia, or night-blindness, 332.

I do, sir; I am no linguist, but I believe the words are synonymous.

Parasynanche is a synonymous term, but refers to a milder synanche.

“Some people are said to have found them synonymous, Lady Penelope,” answered the Earl.

Their "home" was synonymous with their happiness, with their existence.

Once only in the 5th century 180 do we find used; and here it is synonymous with .

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