Definition of Synonymousness

1. Noun. The semantic relation that holds between two words that can (in a given context) express the same meaning.

Exact synonyms: Synonymity, Synonymy
Generic synonyms: Semantic Relation
Derivative terms: Synonymous, Synonymous, Synonymist



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Synonymousness

synonymicon
synonymicons
synonymies
synonymification
synonymist
synonymists
synonymities
synonymity
synonymize
synonymized
synonymizes
synonymizing
synonymless
synonymous
synonymously
synonymousness (current term)
synonyms
synonymy
synophrys
synophthalmia
synopses
synopsis
synopsize
synopsized
synopsizes
synopsizing
synoptic
synoptic climatology
synoptical
synoptically

Literary usage of Synonymousness

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Gentleman's Magazine (1833)
"But I cannot say that it has convinced me of the identity or synonymousness of the two expressions, ..."

2. The Gentleman's Magazine (1833)
"But I cannot say that it has convinced me of the identity or synonymousness of the two expressions, ..."

3. Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott, Bart by John Gibson Lockhart (1839)
"... whether of condolence or congratulation, and I acknowledge, if not (with your Highland writer) the synonymousness of the two terms, at least the union ..."

4. Handbook of the History of Philosophy by Albert Schwegler (1868)
"are nothing else than potentiated things of nature, what is sensuous exalted into what is not sensuous. It is this ' synonymousness' of the ideas and the ..."

5. The Gentleman's Magazine (1833)
"But I cannot say that it has convinced me of the identity or synonymousness of the two expressions, ..."

6. The Gentleman's Magazine (1833)
"But I cannot say that it has convinced me of the identity or synonymousness of the two expressions, ..."

7. Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott, Bart by John Gibson Lockhart (1839)
"... whether of condolence or congratulation, and I acknowledge, if not (with your Highland writer) the synonymousness of the two terms, at least the union ..."

8. Handbook of the History of Philosophy by Albert Schwegler (1868)
"are nothing else than potentiated things of nature, what is sensuous exalted into what is not sensuous. It is this ' synonymousness' of the ideas and the ..."

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