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- n. Obsolete form of synonym.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Same as synonym.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See synonym.
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Some, indeed, before their liberation, have conceived of idleness as a kind of synonyme with happiness; but a short experience has never failed to prove it no less remote from that desirable state.
And been christian was synonyme of being intolerant and racist.
For frangine also appears to be a synonyme to "femme".
If a name is very popular and used as a synonyme the name sells itself (like ebay) online currency trading forex Says:
Les choses se mettent beaucoup mieux en place quand on ralentit, mais ralentir est souvent synonyme de ne rien faire.
Il est temps que bonnet blanc ne soit plus synonyme de blanc bonnet dans le domaine.
Tout comme Sarko n'avait pas dit Racaille comme synonyme d'Immigré mais comme ca a ete pris ainsi je me suis dit que ca risquait de faire pareil chez moi ...
Panama became “the magic word,” le synonyme de dividendes fantastiques.
If grown in cold soil, from late-ripened seeds, the variety will rapidly degenerate; and, if from the past any thing can be judged of the future, the Dan O'Rourke, under the ordinary forms of propagation and culture, will shortly follow its numerous and once equally popular predecessors to quiet retirement as a synonyme of the Early Frame or Charlton.
The limits of this article prevent a notice of those alumni who have become justly famous, and also of the very strong faculty of instructors, at whose head stands one of the foremost of American educators, under whose wise direction Phillips is fast becoming the synonyme of Rugby, and is already one of the important sources of supply of student-life for Harvard and Yale.