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synonymous

(sĭ-nŏn′ə-məs)
adj.
Having the character of a synonym: synonymous words; synonymous species.

syn·on′y·mous·ly adv.
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The Ides of March has become synonymous with the assassination of Julius Caesar and, as expected, has become trending topic of Twitter on March 15.
For conservatives, tax reform has recently been synonymous with a single-rate flat tax, which is neither fair nor simple, since most of the complexity of the tax code derives not from the number of rates but from the different definitions of income.
Gardner's deep, musical narration and expert pacing bring to life a man whose very name has become synonymous with swindle.
The significance of this lies at the very heart of Slow Foods--to know where one's food comes from and to uphold the grower/producer as valuable (which can be a stretch in this country, where value is often synonymous with dollars).
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That name remains synonymous with birding, a pastime that has captured millions of modern people.
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As synonymous with Wimbledon as strawberries and cream, rain delays on Centre Court will soon be a tradition consigned to the past as the All England Club announced Tuesday that it plans to build a retractable roof.
I take exception to the statement, "A decision to pursue a career in academia should be synonymous with a decision to pursue a doctorate.
Bolivian Congressman Evo Morales, the cocalero leader who came within 43,000 votes of winning the popular vote for president in 2002, warns that if a solution isn't found, there will be "permanent confrontation, and coca will become synonymous with militarization, synonymous with war.
Unfortunately, many people believe democracy and capitalism are synonymous, but they have little to do with one another.
The shift in production values from machine-printed to painted-by-hand coincided with a larger agenda in the art world in the early '90s to reinstate sincerity in place of irony (which had become synonymous with "cynicism").