Definition of Synonyme

1. n. Same as Synonym.



Definition of Synonyme

1. synonym [n -S] - See also: synonym

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Synonyme

synodical
synodically
synodist
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synods
synoecism
synoecisms
synoicous
synomone
synomones
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Literary usage of Synonyme

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1. Greece: Pictorial, Descriptive, and Historical by Christopher Wordsworth (1844)
"That the ACHELOUS should have been generally considered, in Greece, as the symbol and synonyme of water, is probably to be ascribed to its superiority in ..."

2. A Residence of Eleven Years in New Holland and the Caroline Islands: Being by James F. O'Connell (1836)
"... a synonyme with Aroche. — Jure divino. — Island worship. — Theory of mind. — Apotheosis of chiefs. — Native notions of English printing. ..."

3. A Treatise on the Practice of Medicine by George Bacon Wood (1855)
"Erasmus Wilson considers it as a mere synonyme of the variety of lupus referred to. Cazenave uses the term to signify the partial albinism above described ..."

4. Greece: Pictorial, Descriptive, and Historical by Christopher Wordsworth (1844)
"That the ACHELOUS should have been generally considered, in Greece, as the symbol and synonyme of water, is probably to be ascribed to its superiority in ..."

5. List of the Specimens of the Hymenopterous Insects in the Collection of the by Francis Walker (1848)
"... the name under which it was first described follows as a synonyme, and where the Insect has received more than one specific name, those names are also ..."

6. Greece: Pictorial, Descriptive, and Historical by Christopher Wordsworth (1844)
"That the ACHELOUS should have been generally considered, in Greece, as the symbol and synonyme of water, is probably to be ascribed to its superiority in ..."

7. A Residence of Eleven Years in New Holland and the Caroline Islands: Being by James F. O'Connell (1836)
"... a synonyme with Aroche. — Jure divino. — Island worship. — Theory of mind. — Apotheosis of chiefs. — Native notions of English printing. ..."

8. A Treatise on the Practice of Medicine by George Bacon Wood (1855)
"Erasmus Wilson considers it as a mere synonyme of the variety of lupus referred to. Cazenave uses the term to signify the partial albinism above described ..."

9. Greece: Pictorial, Descriptive, and Historical by Christopher Wordsworth (1844)
"That the ACHELOUS should have been generally considered, in Greece, as the symbol and synonyme of water, is probably to be ascribed to its superiority in ..."

10. List of the Specimens of the Hymenopterous Insects in the Collection of the by Francis Walker (1848)
"... the name under which it was first described follows as a synonyme, and where the Insect has received more than one specific name, those names are also ..."

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