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  • n. The semantic relation between antonyms; the quality of being antonymous.

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  • n. the semantic relation that holds between two words that can (in a given context) express opposite meanings


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  • Atlantic Blog identifies the antonymy for the typically academic Heidegger, the "ordinary business manager" Victor Kugler.


  • It brings together a variety of linguistic studies on the contextualised construction of synonymy and antonymy in discourse.


  • The lexical structure of the domain is flat there are no hyponyms or hypernyms among ideophones (Watson 2001) there is only synonymy and antonymy

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