Single: unlike any other; also, lone, unmarried, or celibate, or honest or exclusive, or designed for one, or having only one item or part, or undivided 36. Distinct: separate, or readily distinguishable; also, notable or unmistakable 11. To play the keyboard like a piano. Magpie: collected indiscriminately; also, acquisitive also, a person who collects indiscriminately or chatters, or the bird whose behavior inspires these usages 21. Or perhaps it refers to the cuff stripes of the 1902 uniform. For example, witch and which are homophones in most accents because they are pronounced the same.
Here are some of the real ones: 1. Heterogeneous: consisting of dissimilar ingredients or parts 16. Type will do, but plenty of alternatives, some with distinct and vivid connotations, are available. Synonyms can be created for collection types, too. For example, one can record a song or keep a record of documents. Americans are not all the types you have read of or the tourists you have met. Words that are synonyms are said to be synonymous, and the state of being a synonym is called synonymy.
Individual: see separate; also, pertaining to an individual or individuality also a noun 19. Thus an emblem resembles, a symbol represents. The dependency relationships of a synonym affect your ability to drop or rename the synonym. Varied: see diverse and various; also, having different-colored markings also a verb 40. Is the name of the server on which base object is located.
For example, rose a type of flower and rose past tense of rise are homonyms. Extended 1713 to printing blocks with letters carved on them. You cannot rename a type synonym if it has dependent tables or valid object types. Differing: see distinct, or changing from one case or situation to another; also, disagreeing 5. Promiscuous: consisting of all types, or not restricted to one type; also, casual, irregular, or tending to have multiple sexual partners because of this provocative connotation, promiscuous is rarely used in other senses 30.
A figure in the sense here considered is something that represents an idea to the mind somewhat as a form is represented to the eye, as in drawing, painting, or sculpture; as representing a future reality, a figure may be practically the same as a type. Eclectic: Drawn from various sources, or see heterogeneous 15. For example, vehicle is a hypernym of car, and car is a hyponym of vehicle. While England's new ruling class spoke , the lower classes continued to speak Anglo-Saxon. If I had I would have read it as a gross typo on the writers part, perhaps they were trying to type kind……. Wood on October 19, 2017 5:40 am To twiddle around with the keys.
Provide details and share your research! Separate: not similar; also, autonomous, detached, or individual also a verb 34. For more examples, see the. A lists similar or related words; these are often, but not always, synonyms. An emblem has some natural fitness to suggest that for which it stands; a symbol has been chosen or agreed upon to suggest something else, with or without natural fitness; a sign does actually suggest the thing with or without reason, and with or without intention or choice. Synonyms with exactly the same meaning share a or denotational , whereas those with inexactly similar meanings share a broader denotational or sememe and thus overlap within a. Discernible: able to be recognized as different; also detectable or recognizable 6. Sorry for the bad news.
Multifarious: see diverse or various 26. There's no record that the synonym was specified in the statement that created the object. Kitchen-sink: consisting of noticeably different parts; also, referring to the degrading aspects of poverty 20. Assorted: consisting of different kinds 4. To monkey around with the keyboard. In English, many synonyms emerged in the , after the.
Synonyms are also a source of. V n P type up phrasal verb If you type up a text that has been written by hand, you produce a typed copy of it. Oracle's type system, in my experience, is a heavyweight solution to the problem of creating meaningful names for 'kinds' of data which brings with it an entire pile of undesireable baggage. Piebald: consisting of incongruous parts; also, consisting of different colors especially black and white 29. V P n not pron I read it down the phone to a man called Dave, who typed it out. Nor can you create a local schema object that has the same name as a private synonym in the same schema. Thus, today we have synonyms like the Norman-derived people, liberty and archer, and the Saxon-derived folk, freedom and bowman.