synonymous

[si-non-uh-muhs]
adjective
having the character of synonyms or a synonym; equivalent in meaning; expressing or implying the same idea.

Origin:
1600–10; < Medieval Latin synōnymus < Greek synṓnymos, equivalent to syn- syn- + -ōnym- -onym + -os adj. suffix; see -ous

synonymously, adverb
synonymousness, noun
nonsynonymous, adjective
nonsynonymously, adverb
unsynonymous, adjective
unsynonymously, adverb
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synonymous (sɪˈnɒnɪməs)
 
adj (foll by with)
1.  (often foll by with) being a synonym (of)
2.  closely associated (with) or suggestive (of): his name was synonymous with greed
 
syn'onymously
 
adv
 
syn'onymousness
 
n

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synonymous
c.1600, from M.L. synonymus, from Gk. synonymos (see synonym).
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Example sentences
Vanity and pride are different things, though the words are often used
  synonymously.
We synonymously condemn the terror behaviour and there can be no justification
  for such cruelty whatsoever.
Note that throughout the field of education, these terms are often used
  interchangeably or synonymously.
The terms osteogenesis and ossification are often used synonymously to indicate
  the process of bone formation.
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