meanwhile, then, because, subsequently, while, later, considering, hence
3 times more than a number, since n is unknown. In other words, 3n
other words for multiplication
Synonyms are used, usually, when speaking of adjectives or adverbs. Since "a" is an article, I don't see the case. Although other words can be used in saying the same thing, as in "an", or "one".
Neither, since there are no such words! The correct words are ordinal and cardinal. Fifth is an ordinal.
Words is not a euphemism.There are several million words that are not euphemisms. Since you did not give any words from which to choose, the question is unanswerable.
Yes, it is. Since you can add it to the end of other words (it's acceptable).
Question, since all the other words are talking about arguing.
The word because is a conjunction that joins two or more parts of a sentence together. Other words that can be used instead of because are since and as.
Since it is one syllable, there can be no other words that rhyme with "nod" and start with the letter N.
He has ate at a few restaurants...and that's about it. So in other words NOTHING
A doctor is in the science field, since it works with biology and the body. So, in other words, yes.
Garfield has been published since June 19, 1978, or in other words, for 30 years.
because of- by reason of, due to, as, for, being, over, since, considering - i hope these help! *some are synonyms :) Without seeing the context, I would suggest: therefore, so, since, for this reason, is caused by . . .
Since "twelveth" is an archaic form of "twelfth", it would rhyme with other words used in Old English. Shelveth, delveth,