The symmetric character of synonymy and antonymy
is not only common sense, but also commonly accepted by academic linguists , It follows, then, that [w.
Here in both cases we are seeing the use of Negated Antonymy
(4), in which the assertion of X and the negation of Y serve to reinforce the assertion of X.
A logic of second antonymy
of sorts, while the wife consistently depreciates the husband in terms of his public visibility and social attractiveness, she comes up with at least two corrective quasi-asides on how he may, nonetheless, be "bearing, in his whole aspect, the hand-writing of no common fate, for such as have the skill to read it" (295); and how he could be perceived as a "remarkable" man after all (296).
Of paradigmatic relations, the words under discussion mostly display antonymy
Word meaning has four aspects: denotation, or reference to something in the "real world" (15); connotation, or "often emotive" positive and negative associations (16); sense or semantic relations, such as synonymy, antonymy
, hyponymy, and meronymy (17); and collocation, or the "likelihood that two words will co-occur" (18).
The most common are Synonymy, Antonymy
, Hypernymy, Meronymy etc.
relations like synonymy, antonymy
, hypero/hyponymy, meronymy, and so forth.
For many centuries the Bible has been used as the supreme authority and justification for the oppression and subjugation of women, and the Christian deity portrayed as an unbending patriarch who expected women to do exactly as they were told, and one of the greatest barriers to genuine feminine antonymy
and a just and proper egalitarianism is the unthinking repetition of inflexible religious dogma that denies the moral, intellectual and spiritual needs and aspirations of this most downtrodden half of the entire human race.
Synsets are connected through a series of relations: antonymy
(opposites), hyponymy/hypernymy (isa), meronymy (part-of), etc.