When we’re talking about synonyms, we’re not talking about the same thing. There are two classes of synonyms.
Synonyms are terms that have a single meaning or use in one area of a language, such as “black” and “mahogany”. They are also terms which are used interchangeably by native speakers of a language.
The issue with the word “synonym” is that you would have to look up the meaning of the word in the dictionary or in online sources to see if it has a single meaning or use in one area of a language. The definition for “synonym” in the dictionary gives the following: Synonym is a word which has a single meaning, like black and mahogany.
An example is the word “black” or the word “blackjack” which is an alternative name for the same game. Synonyms are words we can use interchangeably but are not the same. This is why people sometimes use the word “black” in reference to a person or a color instead of another word.
Synonyms are also related to synonyms because they share some or all of the same meanings. So, say for example we say a black bear or a black jackal. A black bear is a bear with black fur, but a black jackal is a jackal with black fur.
I can’t remember the exact wording, but I think the idea is that the word blackjack is a synonym for black bear, but in the same sentence, is a synonym for black bear. Blackjack is a word that is used in a sentence that refers to the same thing. So, if two animals go after each other, they are both blackjacks and it is possible to refer to them both as blackjacks by saying “Blackjack.
The same principle applies to synonyms. When we know that two words are antonyms, it is very easy to forget which one is which. So I believe it is common to say that a fish is a fish, a plant is a plant, but not say that an animal is an animal. Although you would probably say that a dog is a dog, because that is what we would expect to say.
Synonyms are not the same thing after all. The purpose of the synonyms is to give you a visual sense of what is going on and to tell you which of the two are the correct synonyms when you see them. So if you see a fish, you see that it is a fish, not the fish.
Most synonyms are just different words for the same concept. The first two are often the same word, but the second two words have a different meaning. For example, “maggot” is a synonym for “maggot disease,” but “maggot disease” is not a synonym for “maggot disease.” Some synonyms can be used by themselves, but not many, so it’s a good idea to understand words before you use them.