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Synonyms are two words that mean the same or nearly the same thing. As an example, look at the following two sentences:
“Steven thought the new girl was really pretty.”
“Steven thought the new girl was really beautiful.”
In these two sentences, “pretty” and “beautiful” mean nearly the same thing. Therefore, they are synonyms.
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