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Fraternities are almost as old as the United States and they are, in some respects, synonymous with it.
In her remarks, the Hercules Group was synonymous with peace and safety.
Nigeria, once synonymous with corruption and waste, is now one of the most sought-after destinations for investors.How I Got Addicted to Africa (and Wrote a Thriller About It)|Todd Moss|September 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
An independent candidate could even be the next mayor of the city most synonymous with partisanship.
Claret, now synonymous with fine red Bordeaux, derives from the Latin word for “clear” and “pale-colored.”
His name was synonymous with benevolence, honesty and integrity.Scraps of Biography|Various
Till then Julien's name had been synonymous with a pure and quite intellectual joy.The Red and the Black|Stendhal
Synonymous terms are "cultivation," "inter-tillage," "working the crop."The First Book of Farming|Charles L. Goodrich
A liberal journalist and a chronicler of scandals were synonymous terms.The Growth of a Soul|August Strindberg
Unselfishness and sweetness were to be synonymous with her name.The Carter Girls' Week-End Camp|Nell Speed
c.1600, from Medieval Latin synonymus, from Greek synonymos (see synonym). Related: Synonymously.