10 Examples of Synonyms in a Sentence

10 Examples of Synonyms in a Sentence

Synonyms words are that have different spelling but have the same meanings. As in any language, there are synonyms in English. A word can have more than one synonym. If a person who has just started learning English memorizes every word he / she learned with their synonyms, their vocabulary increases. We have more vocabulary about the language we learn, and our competence in that language increases.  Learning in this way will benefit us in daily life and will help us a lot when writing mail, writing letters, and participating in social environments.

In some exceptional cases, there are some words that are different in spelling and reading, that seem synonymous, but do not replace each other, that is, there is no synonym between them.

Synonyms words are that signify the same object, existence, or concept. Below are some words with synonyms and example sentences.

Here are +800 Synonym Words List in English

1. To connect – to associate, to put through: I cannot connect the computer to the internet.

2. Arise – occur: All these problems are occur by your indifference.

3. Unhappy – sad, depressed, melancholy, miserable: You are not unhappy, you just feel that way.

4. Positive – optimistic, cheerful, starry- eyed, sanguine: I always recommend you to be positive.

5. Mean – unfriendly, unpleasant, bad- tempered, difficult: I can’t figure out what this means most, please speak a little more.

6. Introverted – shy, bashful, quiet, withdrawn: You already have an extroverted personality, we believe you will overcome all this.

7. Important – required, vital, essential, primary, significant, critical: We need to talk to you about this important issue immediately.

8. Funny – humorous, comical, hilarious, hysterical: My uncle is the most funny person in the family, and when we all get together, they always make us laugh.

9. Beautiful – attractive, pretty, lovely, stunning: You are the most beautiful woman I have ever seen in my life.

10. Baffle – confuse, deceive: The bad news he received consecutively confused him.

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