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asset is a synonym of benefit

noun [ as-et ]

asset is another word for benefit

✅ A benefit is something which is advantageous, helpful, or good (This experience will be a benefit to you in your career).

✅ An asset is something that is useful or desirable to have (His years of experience were an asset to the company).

✅ While both refer to advantages, benefit suggests the idea of improvement, whereas asset suggests the idea of added value (The garden is an asset to the property; A good night’s sleep will be a benefit to your mental health).

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utilize is a synonym of use

verb [ yoot-l-ahyz ]

utilize is another word for use

Use means to employ something for a purpose (Use a knife and fork).

Utilize means to put something to use, in a practical, profitable, or otherwise worthwhile way (He utilized the broken vase by turning it into a planter).

Use is a much more general word that has a variety of meanings (I typically use vinegar to clean my house).

Utilize is more specific, often emphasizing making use of something in order to make a profit (We decided to utilize my design skills in our new business).

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melancholy is a synonym of sad

adjective [ mel-uhn-kol-ee ]

melancholy is another word for sad

Sad describes a feeling of unhappiness, grief, or sorrow. It can also describe something that expresses or causes these feelings (a sad song; feeling sad after a disappointment).

Melancholy describes a feeling of mournfulness, pensiveness, or depression. It can also describe something that expresses or causes these feelings (a long and melancholy poem; I feel melancholy when I visit the sea).

Sad emphasizes a feeling caused by an event or happening, whereas melancholy emphasizes a state of mind, a particularly long-lasting feeling, or a personality trait (He’s a quiet, melancholy person; She was sad after she had to cancel her party).

Melancholy can often suggest a deeper or more enduring sense of unhappiness or misery than sad, while sad can suggest a sharper or more immediate feeling.

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