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Definition of the noun synonymity
What does synonymity mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: synonymities
- the semantic relation that holds between two words that can (in a given context) express the same meaning
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by P. Saint-Dizier
Synonymity is the closest form of Semantic similarity, so examining the members of a synset turns up cases of literally and nonliterally (primary and extended) referring word forms that denote the same concept. Another interesting area for investigating the nature of Sense extensions would be to examine hierarchically related words, and semantically opposed words. 2.2. EXTENDED MEANINGS AND SYNTACTIC SIMILARITY Perlmutter (1978) first drew the important distinction ...
The Law Quarterly Review (1894)
was cited, but the synonymity is a mere coincidence, the two cases being in no way Connected. * Both cases, Reg. v. Duckworth and Reg. v. Ring, were heard and decided on Feb. 13, 1892. The cause list for that date contained some civil causes, and then three cases for the consideration of the C. C. R., of which the above were two, being separated by the third case. The three cases were heard and disposed of in the same order, Reg. v. Ring being last in the list on that day, ...
Antonymy, Synonymy and other Paradigms by M. Lynne Murphy
Synonymity, vividness, familiarity ...
by Henry Watson Fowler
SYNONYMITY TACTILE monial, certitude, cheerful, classic, dime, commonplace, conciseness, connote, continual, continuance, contrary, countenance, credence, decided, defective, definite, deism, delusion, dower, due, duteous, effective, England, enough, enteric, entity, epistle, especially, essence, essential, exceedingly, explicit, exterior, facile, faience, falsehood, fatalism, faun, female ( bis), festal, fir, floor, foam, forceful, foreword, Formal words, frantic, friar, furze, Gallic, garret, ...
by John Anthony McGuckin
Justinian's intention was to demonstrate to the non-Chalcedonians that Chalcedon's “intwo-natures" Christology was no avowal of Nestorius, but that it was to be apprehended in the light of Cyril's “one-incarnate-nature” formula and as proclaiming the single hypostatic synonymity of Christ and the divine Logos. Yet, because these condemnations were of persons long dead and since Chalcedon had deemed Theodoret orthodox and the letter of lbas beyond reproof, they were ...
by Random House
-imity, dimity; proximity, sublimity; anonymity, equanimity, magnanimity, pseudonymity, synonymity, unanimity; pusillanimity. - imulus, limulus, stimulus. -inable, minable, signable; assignable, combinable, consignable, declinable, definable, inclinable. -inary. See -inery. -¡native. See - initive. -indicate, indicate, syndicate, vindicate; 321 -¡nable.
udarbeidet efter de bedste og nyeste ordbøger by Christian Friderich Bay
LEensrydighed, Synonymity. UEer, one Thing. (under –) jointly, at the same Time. (det Isber altsaminen udpaa ...
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Video shows what synonymity means. The state of being a synonym.. synonymity synonyms: synonymousness, synonymy. Synonymity Meaning. How to ...
Scrabble value of S1Y4N1O1N1Y4M3I1T1Y4
The value of this 10-letter word is 21 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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