What are the words with the same meaning?
Words with the same meaning are synonyms. Words with opposite meanings are antonyms.
Homonyms are words that are spelled the same but have different meanings.
Homophones are words that sound alike, but have different meanings.
Different words that have the same meaning are synonyms. Words that are opposites are called antonyms. Words that sound the same but don't have the same meaning are homonyms or homophones.
Words that have the same meaning are synonyms.
Synonyms are two or more words that have the same meaning.
homonyms mean words wich has the same sound but does not have the same meaning
No, the words "sentence" and "claim" do not have the same meaning.
Ache is another word that have the same meaning with pain
Two or more words that have the same or similar meaning are called synonyms.
Synonyms are words with the same meaning.
words that mean the same as rescue
Two words meaning the same thing are called synonyms. example = mad and angry
Courting, going steady, going together all have the same meaning as dating.
I know that one word that has the same meaning as describe/description would be depiction.
A word with nearly the same meaning as another word is called a synonym of that word.
Other words that have the same meaning as 'solutions' as in to solve a problem are but not limited to: Explanation Key Resolution Result Clarification Elucidation
No. The word is greek and describes words with similar meaning, but not exactly the same. There is a different word for words with exactly the same meaning and that would sound something like 'tautosims'. Not sure if this word exists in English though. Yannis
Homophones from the Greek 'homo' (meaning the same) and 'phonos' (meaning sound).
Means almost the same as law
Yes, synonyms have almost or the exact same meaning.
The noun 'end' can have the same meaning as the word goal, although it is not often used with this meaning. It is not an obsolete use of the word 'end', however. The words destination and object can also have the same meaning as goal.
There many other words with the same meaning of emphasized. Some of these words include stressed, insisted upon, highlighted, underlined and so many more.
theres one world thats the same cheack your butt
Yes. The affix "in" in this case does not alter the meaning of the word.
Two different words that have the same meaning are called synonyms.
Synonyms are words that mean the same thing or are very similar in meaning.
The core or foundation of a words meaning is the root. Root words can be paired with many different prefixes or suffixes and still maintain the same meaning.
Homographs are two or more than two words that have same spellings, same pronunciation but are different in meaning. Heteronyms are two or more words with same spelling but different pronunciation and different meaning.
Yes both words have same meaning!
-Synonym Same meaning or same name
I believe you are looking for the word synonym.
Synonyms are two words which have the same (or almost the same) meaning. "Student" and "pupil"; "cart" and "wagon", "boat" and "ship", "moist" and "damp" are examples.
words that have the same meaning of the word
Bent has the same meaning.
There are words that have different spellings, but are the same word, called variants. Notably, these include the US-UK spelling differences (criticize-criticize, neighbour-neighbor). But different words that have the same meaning are synonyms.
Synonyms are words that have the same meaning..... S = same Antonyms are words that have opposite
"Has impacted positively" is jargon or 'corporate-speak'. "Has had a good effect" is a simpler and clearer way of conveying the same meaning.
Same word and same meaning
Bestows and gifts have the same meaning as gives.
Homophones or Homonyms (same difference)
They mean the same: easily set on fire.
Ironically enough, the word "Mean" is the same as "Signify"
Words meaning happy are gay, joyful, glad, rejoicing, gleeful, overjoyed, elated Words meaning sad are depressed, morose, unhappy, downcast
Isotonic (meaning same tension) Isometric (meaning same distance or not moving) Isokinetic (meaning same speed)