I have asserted, that true honour and true virtue are almost synonymous
terms, and they are both founded on the unalterable rule of right, and the eternal fitness of things; to which an untruth being absolutely repugnant and contrary, it is certain that true honour cannot support an untruth.
I use the verb 'to torment,' as I observed to be your own method, instead of 'to instruct,' supposing them to be now admitted as synonymous
Bounderby does not do you the injustice, and does not do himself the injustice, of pretending to anything fanciful, fantastic, or (I am using synonymous
Poverty looks grim to grown people; still more so to children: they have not much idea of industrious, working, respectable poverty; they think of the word only as connected with ragged clothes, scanty food, fireless grates, rude manners, and debasing vices: poverty for me was synonymous
have gone straight to her this very evening, and spoken out the words which, repressed, kept fretting my heart with fever; our united income would, as we should have managed it, have sufficed well for our mutual support; since we lived in a country where economy was not confounded with meanness, where frugality in dress, food, and furniture, was not synonymous
with vulgarity in these various points.
I may be wrong, for I am ill-versed in religious matters, but my conception of God and scapegoat be not that they are synonymous
For that matter, life and footing were synonymous
in this unending warfare with the pack, and none knew it better than White Fang.
If 'indefinite' is taken as synonymous
with general, it may be said that the particular does not appear at the outset, but neither does the general in any exact sense: the vague would be more appropriate.
Letterblair had laid his pen- handle against his big corrugated nose, and was looking down it with the expression assumed by virtuous elderly gentlemen when they wish their youngers to understand that virtue is not synonymous
But in Martin's estimation the whole tribe of bank cashiers fell a few hundred per cent, and for the rest of the evening he labored under the impression that bank cashiers and talkers of platitudes were synonymous
Among the ancients the idea of Hades was not synonymous
It excited the liveliest admiration that I, a perfect stranger, should know the road (for direction and road are synonymous
in this open country) to places where I had never been.