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a word that expresses a meaning opposed to the meaning of another word, in which case the two words are antonyms of each other

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Therefore in order to extract and identify antonymy candidates we have taken the notion of antonym co-occurrence as the starting point of our research.
To find higher-order contronyms all that is required is a dictionary or thesaurus which lists synonyms and antonyms, plus the patience to follow the synonymic paths.
The same pair of antonyms may occur in different places in different pairs of words, specifically at the beginning, the end or in the middle of words.
Latterly, I began musing as to which word(s) would beat CALM in the antonym stakes in CDSA, but I was too tense to pursue this line of inquiry.
In this case, the finding is validated by grammatical features such as antonyms, synonyms, and tagging.
Prva cjelina, naslovljena Antonymy and antonyms, citatelja uvodi u temu postavljanjem kljucnih pitanja o potrebi i vaznosti izucavanja antonimije.
Twelve succinct chapters cover the magic of words, the meaning of synonyms (same) and antonyms (opposite), helpful nature of synonyms and antonyms, use of a thesaurus, and more.
In the middle of one list, where the narrator isspeaking of the charms of women, he also gives antonyms, some of which Davies read off on Saturday:"runts, trolls, long-necked pinheads…"
In this spellbinding book, the Word Wizard reveals the magical world of adjectives, including synonyms, antonyms and comparisons.
That said it is perhaps a little over-the-top of me to suggest that you describe yourself using the antonyms of these words as the headline indicates.
A scholar of the English language, Jeffries contributes to the study of what are popularly called opposites and sometimes also labeled antonyms or binaries.
Following the format introduced by the "Merl Bilingual Law Dictionary", this English/Spanish edition contains a wealth of contextual and related background information including definitions, synonyms, antonyms, abbreviations, specialized and background comments, comparison of terms, cross-references, specialized glossaries and lists and, in addition, hundreds of examples and their corresponding translations.
Contains over 280,000 synonyms and antonyms (type "happy" to find delighted, content, thrilled etc.
The entries provide (as appropriate) the usual spelling, acronym, part of speech, status, usual pronunciation, alternative plural or singular form, etymology, onomastic, synonym, meaning, alternative forms used as other parts of speech, an example of use, and a list of antonyms.
These multiple choice questions were framed to test the knowledge of the language and asked for appropriate synonyms or antonyms to some words.