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Male and female are sex, masculine and feminine are gender, and though the conceptions obviously overlap, they are far from synonymous.

Of course, these are the Marlins, after all — a team synonymous with perennially low salaries, punctuated by the occasional championship fire sale.

To many, “stereotype” is a word practically synonymous with “false,” but stereotype accuracy is one of the best replicated findings in psychology.

Coronavirus is almost synonymous with Covid-19, social distancing, and frustration.

Polaroid is practically synonymous with the instant camera, so no list of greats can fail to mention this update on the classic model.

Similar in appearance and often used synonymously—and erroneously—the shrimp and the prawn are two different creatures.

To superficial people it was quite often used synonymously with "infidel" and "freethinker," both words of reproach.

The terms protoplasm and primordial utricle are, however, used by some authors synonymously.

Some distinction ought to be made between these two terms, excitement and elevation, which at present are used synonymously.

They are ten in number, and are called synonymously λόγοι and τρόποι.

Hence the terms "polymorphous chorea" and "chorea of degenerates" are used synonymously for variable chorea.

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On this page you'll find 27 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to synonymously, such as: equally, equitably, fairly, identically, justly, and precisely.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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