The absence of noise isn't silence, since you can still hear your breath and heart beat no matter how quiet is everything; therefore, silence -as fact- doesn't exist and can't be achieved. However, we can use it as synonym of death, because that will be the only silent moment of our existence.
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Antonyms? Sure. Synonyms? Absolutely. Contronyms? Honestly this is the first time I learned of their existence.
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Synonym rolls imply the existence of antonym rolls
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It's physically impossible to be doing nothing. Due to the existence of synonyms, as well as the mere process of existing, you will always be doing something. Nothing cannot exist.
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Synonym for something that comes into existence and then disappears/dies over and over again.

Something that can come into existence on demand and die when its purpose is served, life is lived, etc. Kinda like bubbles that come and go. I was thinking effervescent, but that's not quite it according to dictionary.com.

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Synonym for self study, narcissism or obsessive philosophy of one's existence

I'm trying to find out what the technical word is for this definition. The word has Greek or Latin roots. It basically means something like "the philosophy that nothing exists beyond yourself" or that the entirety of the universe is an extension of yourself.

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Made-up words used by each quadrant because the existing synonym has the wrong connotation
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How to say these frazes without cussing?

How to say Β«f youΒ» and Β«go and f yourselfΒ» without swearing?

I need not a word replacement but a beautiful intelligent self existing synonymic phrase.

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Looking for a synonym that possibly doesn't exist. Any ideas?

Alright, so I am writing a fic and I have six chapters written and two chapters posted. However, I get decent clicks for the first chapter, but hardly anyone goes to the second. I can't help but think it is because of some wording I use.

The fandom is set in a mystical fantasy land in the distant past I would say. The male love interest in my story, I am doing a concept where every time he dies, a spell is cast on him that revives him and wipes his memories clean unless the person summoning him chooses to let him keep certain memories.

I called this reboots and I just feel like that's not the right word due to the setting. The word is too modern sounding for it. I mean, maybe this isn't the reason people pass up on it, I definitely need to polish it up a bit, but this really bugs me.

I looked at synonyms but I'm just not finding anything with the exact meaning that has a certain days of past kind of eloquence to it. I also thought about using revive, but the character is actually

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Pewdie not knowing that synonyms exist (should we tell him?)
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Western trans people will use trans people in developing countries to show how common transphobia is but then ignore us when our existence makes being trans look too "synonymous with suffering"
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Any pain lasting more than a few minutes will leave a trace in the nervous system. So what if pain was synonymous with your existence?
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The Narcissist’s Dictionary (Reddit, 1st Edition)

I have gathered some much-needed definitions that everyday narcissists (not medically diagnosed ones, just from common Reddit stories) use. They may sound like common words, but do not be fooled. I humbly ask that fellow Redditors notify me in the comments of any additional common words that will need to be added.

Knowledge is power. (previously posted on r/JUSTNOMIL and r/raisedbynarcissists )

Abuse: β€œEveryone does it to their kids. I do less of it, so that makes me the best parent in the world.”

Accomplishments: "Everything you do correctly is because of me, so I am obligated to brag about it. Everything you do incorrectly is because you were too stupid to understand my guidance." ^(Synonym -) ^(Success)

Apologize: (Definition does not exist) ^(Synonym -) ^(Sorry)

Baby: β€œGo procreate already so I can use them as a tool against your emotional state.” ^(Synonym -) ^(Grandchildren)

Birth: β€œYou must worship me until your dying breath becaus

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Polygamy has "existed from the beginning", the Lord’s servants have always practiced it, it was synonymous with celestial marriage, and Jesus was a polygamist. Monogamy caused prostitution and whoredoms, is a curse, and will not be tolerated among celestial beings.

It was taught as doctrine that polygamy has "existed from the beginning",^1 the Lord’s servants have always practiced it,^2 was synonymous with celestial marriage,^3 and that Jesus was a polygamist.^4 It was taught that monogamy was commenced by the Romans, "has been so fruitful a source of prostitution and whoredom...until rottenness and decay are at the root of their institutions",^5 "degenerates the human family both physically and intellectually, but it is entirely incompatible with philosophical notions of immortality; it is a lure to temptation and has always proved a curse", and will not be tolerated among celestial beings.^6

  1. Brigham Young in Journal of Discourses (fairmormon.org).
  2. Brigham Young in Deseret News (utah.edu).
  3. Joseph F. Smith reading affidavit of William Clayton ([byu.edu](http://scriptures.byu.edu/jod/jodhtml.p
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Synonyms exist
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Why do synonyms exist?

If language was something learned and taught by humans, why create more unnecessary words when they can just be used for the description of something else. If every word was unique I guarantee a lot more vocabulary would be put to good use and describing things will be even better than before.

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What if synonyms did not exist, will the language be easier or tougher?
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Synonyms exist just so poets have a word to choose which rhymes with the next line.
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Christian: "Scientists cannot find God because he is immaterial." Dude, that's just an ad hoc hypothesis. There's no evidence that immaterial things even exist (besides energy, which is detectable and measurable). As far as I'm concerned, "immaterial" is just a sly synonym for "made-up".

#logic

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Ran into this absurd word that is simply a synonym for beauty. Anyone else think the verbal section is inane and antiquated? Words like this shouldn't even exist let alone be on a test that determines my eligibility for a graduate level education.

https://preview.redd.it/5796eo4xtok31.png?width=1432&format=png&auto=webp&s=9229bc1c35f7eceb5991a139aa4e170db1eec913

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A little funny break from all the GC transphobia: " there already exists a synonym for β€œpeople with XY chromosomes” and that’s β€œWOMAN”" (7 updoots) np.reddit.com/r/GenderCri…
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new/synonym of existing sub, r/BiRtHoFaSuB
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Is there a noun root for "celestial"? Not interested in synonyms, just an idle wonder. A celestial body doesn't exist in the "celeste", so where does this word come from?
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Literally every synonym of β€œunchecked growth” already exists as a card
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Why do synonyms exist? Wouldn't it be much more efficient to just have one word to describe each and every thing imaginable?
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Existence is synonymous with suffering; how much longer, Jon? lasagna
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What song existed and was put in a movie that is now synonymous with that movie?
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English has way more synonyms and homonyms than any other language. The concept of a thesaurus doesn't even exist in most languages. It's also the only language with quirks that natives understand intuitively, but learners have to memorize. np.reddit.com/r/Showertho…
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I wish that any mention of the word β€œGod” in any form or synonym in all existing religions is replaced with the word β€œTuba”.
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WTW for something that exists for no explainable reason. Synonyms would be frivolous and meaningless. I think it starts with an a

It’s a common term that I have used before but for the life of me I can’t remember. Any help would be great. I’ve already thesaurused frivolous and meaningless but haven’t gotten it.

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holocaust memorial vandalized in Yerevan, Armenia reddit.com/gallery/lix93k
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In your opinion, what is the best "lyrical" song in a video game?

So there a lot of amazing video game music out there, but I wanted to focus on the lyrical songs in video games in this post and see what people tend to consider to be the best out there.

Here's a small list of what I consider to be the best:

  • Simple and Clean (Kingdom Hearts): It became synonymous with the franchise and the fandom, and is even known by people that have never played KH. Simple song unlike the plot of the franchise.
  • Snake Eater (MGS3): Not a lot to say here.
  • Amusement Park (Neir Automata): This is probably the weirdest one on my list, because the lyrics are nonsense. They're meant to represent a futuristic language that does not exist, and is still capable of being an amazing song. The moment you enter the amusement park and hear this song, you can feel the atmosphere, even if you cannot understand a single thing.
  • Eyes On Me (Final Fantasy VIII): In my personal opinion, the best song in all of Final Fantasy. It fits the plot of the game and c
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The Nasuverse Multiverse is the most convoluted multiverse system ever

For the past week, I've been trying to understand how the multiverse of the Nasuverse works, in an I don't need sleep, I need answers way. The main things which make it convoluted and, in my opinion, one of the most badly worldbuilded multiverse systems in fiction when it comes to how understandable it is, are terms like these:

Timelines

Parallel Worlds

Adjacent Worlds

Quantum Time-Locks

Proper Human History

Lostbelts etc.

and trying to understand what they mean the differences between them.

The biggest problem seems to be that different sources of information on the internet about the topic occasionally contradict each other. Another problem is that there's basically no visual representation of anything related to the concepts about the functioning of the multiverse.

It's to the point where I've had to write down some notable things each source says, compare it and point out the contradictions and inconsistencies.

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Ever catch yourself simply reading the words on a page without even digesting any of them?

My initial reaction was to attribute it to the pernicious impact of digitalization and how it's basically eradicated my attention span (which I'm desperately attempting to rebuild by reading and reducing my time imbibing immediately gratifying content online) - however the more I think about it - it's probably also my mild OCD, anxiety, ADHD etc doing it's thing.

Very rarely can I actually get immersed in a book, oftentimes I feel like Ron Burgundy who spoils humorous moments by bluntly remarking 'we are laughing!' - but in the context of reading I'm sitting there scanning the words thinking 'wow would you look at me reading Dostoevsky. Quite the learned individual aren't I.' and I sometimes go into a fuckin weird inner monologue that ends with a David Mitchel rant 'words don't really exist do they, they're just a collection of squiggly lines that someone gave meaning to...look at how stupid that one looks'.

It sounds a bit amusing but it's really fuckin frustrating.

Then there's t

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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers don't understand pirate history!

Hello everyone! Yep I'm doing another pirate history subject. Last one I swear, my next project isn't from the 1700s. So I'm not the biggest football fan, but I did take notice when Tom Brady joined the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, a team I'll politely call not A grade. The teams name and logo though... I have some problems with it.

Okay first off, the Buccaneers franchise was started in 1976, named for the pirates who roamed the Florida coast. Okay that sounds reasonable but there's a major problem. The word buccaneer is by many considered just a synonym for pirate. Its not. Buccaneer, much like the phrase corsair and sea dog, refer to a very specific group in a specific time.

Buccaneers were basically hunters who lived on the island of Hispaniola, what is now Haiti and the Dominican Republic. They were around as early as 1625 and predominantly French. The Spanish later drove them to the nearby island of Tortuga. The word buccaneer comes from the fact these hunters roasted the me

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I’m sticking with the acronym β€˜TERF’

TERF stands for Trans-Exclusionary Radical Feminist.^1

It denotes people who

  • understand themselves to be working in the tradition of Radical Feminism.

    Radical Feminism is a social and intellectectual movement that grew out of second-wave Feminism in the 1970s.

    And, like second-wave Feminism, this tradition is largely English-language, largely White, largely culturally Christian, and largely middle– and upper-middle–class.

TERF specifically denotes the sub-set of Radical Feminists who

  • out of bigoted fear, wish to exclude, bar, and legally discriminate against transgender people.

    At their most horrendous, TERFs, like anti-abortionists, seek to make transgender people’s existence essentially illegal.

    TERFs reject this framing, of course. Bigots almost always do.

TERF started as a self-applied term: it was the phrase TERFs used to distinguish themselves from other Radical Feminists. Currently, however, people accurately denoted as TERFs tak

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Galactic Economics 3: The Unbanked

RoyalRoad

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Previous

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Not all traders were taking Galactic Credits.

That was consistently a problem whenever cards and virtual currencies replaced cash in human society.

In tech business terms, this is called adoption.

In financial terms, there's a slightly fancier name for the people who didn't have an account: the unbanked. In modern banking, it is sometimes used as a more politically correct synonym for "poor".

Unfortunately for Galactic Credits, adoption was low, and the unbanked were the vast majority of traders.

In a human financial system, the way that banks solved this problem eventually was through incentives. Other tha

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The Darkness is Not Our Friend

I've seen some mixed opinions regarding the Darkness's objective morality in the story of Destiny and I thought I'd throw my hat in the ring. This is simply my viewpoint, and I encourage discussion and different opinions. I just don't want anyone to think I'm attacking their viewpoint just because mine is different.

Due to the Unveiling lore book, I have seen many people take the stance that the Darkness/Winnower isn't actually "evil" in the sense that we consider "evil", but it is simply following it's nature and drive. In fact, the Darkness makes this exact argument in The Singular Exegete entry Contrast. Is winter evil simply for being winter? Is the sun evil simply for being the sun? Winter causes cold, hunger, and pain. The sun causes burning, drought, famine. Does that make them evil? No. As Eris says, even if it had a mind, winter could not choose to be an endless summer.

Further driving this stanc

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[Jacobin] Everyone Hates the Democrats

Everyone Hates the Democrats
By Dustin Guastella

Progressives and moderates accuse each other of being unable to appeal to working-class voters β€” and maybe they’re both right.

The Democratic Party may have recaptured the White House, but its crisis remains as deep as ever. Though Joe Biden beat Donald Trump by 7 million popular votes, his Electoral College victory came down to 42,000 ballots in Arizona, Georgia, and Wisconsin. Democrats barely won the Senate, lost seats in the House, and were stonewalled at the state level β€” of the twelve legislative chambers Democrats had targeted there, they won zero.

Far from celebrating a landslide victory, with hopes of a national realignment on the way, Democrats found themselves once more engaged in a tense debate about the future of a party that seems incapable of decisively winning control of all branches of government.

On this question, the progressive and centrist

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Who are entry-level jobs intended for exactly?

After graduating college last spring, I found a job unrelated to my degree but have been working there the past few months. It’s a low paying job (<$40k/ year), but as I begin my job search for higher paying jobs related to my degree, I’m realizing why I’ve grown so complacent and comfortable at my current job.

One of my biggest issues of job searching is that since I would be switching job fields, I have been looking mainly at entry level positions. Yet, a lot of these so called entry level positions are paying less than I currently make and require higher level degrees and much more experience than the word entry implies. I always thought that entry level jobs were designed to train people to help them learn their way into a role and eventually move up, but it seems to me that companies today use the term β€˜entry level’ synonymously with β€˜low-paying’ yet with expectations of being a very experienced worker. Am I just being pessimistic, or is it really that hard to find a job in to

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Dear feminists, don't tell me that feminism is about equality. show me that feminism is about equality by actively opposing domestic violence conventions and programs that discriminate against male victims.

If feminism is about gender equality you need to make a public statement and lobby politicians to oppose the Istanbul Convention signed by European countries. a convention that treat domestic violence as synonym with "violence against women and girls" and erase male victims.

If you are in the US oppose the "Violence Against Women Act" and ask politicians to change the name with a gender neutral name, and create "Violence Against Men Office" to match with the existing "Violence Against Women Office"

Demand male equivalent for any program created for females. example: your city created a commission for women and girls, demand the creation of a commission for men and boys. your local government mark International Women's Day ? ask them they mark International Men's Day. etc etc ...

You can tell me that you are for gender equality and at the same time you support female supremacy in government.

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The Narcissist’s Dictionary (Reddit, 1st Edition)

I have gathered some much-needed definitions that everyday narcissists (not medically-diagnosed ones, just from common Reddit stories) use. They may sound like common words, but do not be fooled. I humbly ask that fellow Redditors notify me in the comments of any additional common words that will need to be added.

Knowledge is power.

Abuse: β€œEveryone does it to their kids. I do less of it, so that makes me the best parent in the world.”

Accomplishments: "Everything you do correctly is because of me, so I am obligated to brag about it. Everything you do incorrectly is because you were too stupid to understand my guidance." ^(Synonym -) ^(Success)

Apologize: (Definition does not exist) ^(Synonym -) ^(Sorry)

Baby: β€œGo procreate already so I can use them as a tool against your emotional state.” ^(Synonym -) ^(Grandchildren)

Birth: β€œYou must worship me until your dying breath because I did the one thing the human species are programmed to do

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The Nasuverse Multiverse is the most convoluted multiverse system ever

For the past week, I've been trying to understand how the multiverse of the Nasuverse works, in an I don't need sleep, I need answers way. The main things which make it convoluted and, in my opinion, one of the most badly worldbuilded multiverse systems in fiction when it comes to how understandable it is, are terms like these:

Timelines

Parallel Worlds

Adjacent Worlds

Quantum Time-Locks

Proper Human History

Lostbelts etc.

and trying to understand what they mean the differences between them.

The biggest problem seems to be that different sources of information on the internet about the topic occasionally contradict each other. Another problem is that there's basically no visual representation of anything related to the concepts about the functioning of the multiverse.

It's to the point where I've had to write down some notable things each source says, compare it and point out the contradictions and inconsistencies.

***Long and boring information dump from di

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