It's a telling tic that we often use "urban" as a synonym for "black."
A synonym given for submissive is “compliant,” and among those given for submit is “yield” and “defer.”
My students seem to really want to use “however” as a conjunction—more or less a synonym for “but.”
A star is born, another goes down courtesy of a synonym for bovine rabies, and the judges try but fail to steal the show.
Most importantly, foreign policy should not be reduced to a synonym for military action and covert operations.
In the village it was a synonym of all that is unholy and dreadful.
It was not to be wondered at that the name of Texas became the synonym for savagery.
Some writers, again, use Elementary as a synonym for Shell, and so cause increased confusion.
I have not found it and I am in'' he hesitated, as if searching for a synonym.
This applies chiefly to poems of the class called Vers de Société, for want of an English synonym.