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1. His deeds had made his name synonymous with victory.
2. Oscar Wilde's name is synonymous with wit.
3. Paris has always been synonymous with elegance, luxury and style.
4. Nixon's name has become synonymous with political scandal.
5. Until the late eighteenth century, "opera" was almost synonymous with Italian opera.
6. Wealth is not necessarily synonymous with happiness.
7. Guy Salmon is a name synonymous with fine cars and service for over 50 years.
8. Education and socialization were almost synonymous in his view.
9. Illiterate and undesirable are treated as synonymous.
10. Activity, they suggest, is not synonymous with learning.
11. This company bears the name Royalbion, which is synonymous with Britain itself.
12. Today, it's synonymous with aviation and makes a bold statement wherever you go.
13. It was once synonymous with independence, self-determination and black achievement.
14. Ferns are virtually synonymous with shade.
15. Present and past were less continuous than synonymous.
16. At a time when change was almost synonymous with evil, or at least decline, this was indeed provocative.
17. A man whose name is so synonymous with a suntan that it is a running joke in Doonesbury?
18. Virtually everywhere today, democracy is taken to be synonymous with some kind of representative system.
19. No president since Nixon leaves office so synonymous with a major scandal.
20. Focusing attention on constitutionality tends to make constitutionality synonymous with wisdom.
21. The words 'annoyed' and 'irritated' are more or less synonymous.
22. The difficulty this offered Franco was that, to his authoritarian mentality,[http://sentencedict.com/synonymous.html] loosening control was synonymous with losing it.
23. For some groups in Britain today, evangelism is almost synonymous with church planting.
24. The gambling issue underlined the central fact that professionalism and commercialism were not synonymous.
25. It has shifted to the mere expression of a wish, so that would have is almost synonymous with would like.
26. The Nixon lawyers confirmed the under-lying suspicions of the country-that lawyer was synonymous with shyster and crook.
27. The region of the Galaxy commonly referred to as the bulge is thus synonymous with the bar.
28. They've achieved fame all over the world and have become synonymous with Oxford.
29. Indeed, for many other writers the two are seen as virtually synonymous.
30. Research and higher education seem so inseparable that they are almost synonymous.
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