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syn·on·y·mize

 (sĭ-nŏn′ə-mīz′)
tr.v. syn·on·y·mized, syn·on·y·miz·ing, syn·on·y·miz·es
To analyze or provide the synonyms of (a word or taxon).

synonymize

(sɪˈnɒnɪˌmaɪz) or

synonymise

vb
(Linguistics) (tr) to analyse the synonyms of or provide with synonyms

syn•on•y•mize

(sɪˈnɒn əˌmaɪz)

v.t. -mized, -miz•ing.
to give synonyms for (a word, name, etc.); furnish with synonyms.
[1585–95]

synonymize


Past participle: synonymized
Gerund: synonymizing

Imperative
synonymize
synonymize
Present
I synonymize
you synonymize
he/she/it synonymizes
we synonymize
you synonymize
they synonymize
Preterite
I synonymized
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we synonymized
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Present Continuous
I am synonymizing
you are synonymizing
he/she/it is synonymizing
we are synonymizing
you are synonymizing
they are synonymizing
Present Perfect
I have synonymized
you have synonymized
he/she/it has synonymized
we have synonymized
you have synonymized
they have synonymized
Past Continuous
I was synonymizing
you were synonymizing
he/she/it was synonymizing
we were synonymizing
you were synonymizing
they were synonymizing
Past Perfect
I had synonymized
you had synonymized
he/she/it had synonymized
we had synonymized
you had synonymized
they had synonymized
Future
I will synonymize
you will synonymize
he/she/it will synonymize
we will synonymize
you will synonymize
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Future Perfect
I will have synonymized
you will have synonymized
he/she/it will have synonymized
we will have synonymized
you will have synonymized
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Future Continuous
I will be synonymizing
you will be synonymizing
he/she/it will be synonymizing
we will be synonymizing
you will be synonymizing
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Present Perfect Continuous
I have been synonymizing
you have been synonymizing
he/she/it has been synonymizing
we have been synonymizing
you have been synonymizing
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Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been synonymizing
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we will have been synonymizing
you will have been synonymizing
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Past Perfect Continuous
I had been synonymizing
you had been synonymizing
he/she/it had been synonymizing
we had been synonymizing
you had been synonymizing
they had been synonymizing
Conditional
I would synonymize
you would synonymize
he/she/it would synonymize
we would synonymize
you would synonymize
they would synonymize
Past Conditional
I would have synonymized
you would have synonymized
he/she/it would have synonymized
we would have synonymized
you would have synonymized
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