aggression is often taken as synonymous with violence
(of a word or phrase) having the same or nearly the same meaning as another word or phrase in the same language.
translation of 'synonymous'
Teaching about diversity is 'synonymous' with a quality education in health care.
This crisis has proved that high income is not 'synonymous' with a civic society that is independent and autonomous.
Further, some authors use the term as being 'synonymous' with replication origin.
In the 400 years since, the Netherlands has become 'synonymous' with this most beloved of spring flowers.
One of those names that comes to mind is a man whose name is 'synonymous' with wrestling.
Many feel cold and stark, which may seem 'synonymous' with sanitary and hygienic but are not.
If at one point the terms were 'synonymous' their meanings have gradually diverged.
The sport of boxing has always been 'synonymous' with weird and wonderful stories about fighters and their deeds outside the ring.
Sustainability is not 'synonymous' with renewability but it is strongly linked to it.
Letting him go ends any association with an era that is, for many Russians, 'synonymous' with corruption.
No president since Nixon leaves office so 'synonymous' with a major scandal.
Back in England, the phrase ‘mumbo jumbo’ became 'synonymous' with rubbish rantings.
What becomes evident next is that for them defense is 'synonymous' with aggression.
Uncertainty is almost 'synonymous' with the pharmaceutical industry - it comes with the territory.
However, clinical psychology is not 'synonymous' with professional psychology.
Granted, Chekhov's name is not 'synonymous' with comedy, but this work shows he has a lighter side.
For years, the internet has been practically 'synonymous' with anonymity.
In my teenage years vacations were 'synonymous' with swimsuits and a train to the Jersey shore.
As such the characters have become 'synonymous' with the band and, hopefully, have helped endear them to the public.
The Bahamas, and Stuart Cove in particular, have since become 'synonymous' with shark-feeding dives.
The term ‘inner city’ has in the last thirty years become almost 'synonymous' with deprivation.
Inflation is not 'synonymous' with rising prices, of course, but rather is the prime causative factor.
The aim of The Gazette's campaign is to make this phrase something that our town and borough becomes 'synonymous' with.
Not only does the garment instantly suggest dance, it is 'synonymous' with classical ballet.
I for one do not share the view that the terms are essentially 'synonymous' .
The effect was an immediate success as the griffin became a universally recognized symbol 'synonymous' with quality.
It doesn't help that in many schools, fast foods are 'synonymous' with school lunch.
Cleanliness represented the first step to success and became 'synonymous' with efficiency.
Before the nineteenth century, the national identity was 'synonymous' with the peasantry.
It is related to, but not 'synonymous' with, hydrogen concentration or amount of acid.
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