Calling someone a “mensch” is a HUGE compliment. It is such a rich word packed with so much meaning that there is no one word synonym. Bruna Martinuzzi, author of The Leader as a Mensch: Become the Kind of Person Others Want to Follow, explained, “The beauty of mensch is that there is no translation. You would have to say several words to get the one meaning." http://stopeatingyourheartout.com/2014/mensch/
A #synonym is a word or expression that has the same or almost the same #meaning as another word or expression. In English, a language known for its enormous vocabulary, most words have synonyms. For example, the word “enormous” has many synonyms: Huge, massive, giant, immense, and the list goes on. The word “synonym” is a composite of two Greek words: The prefix “syn” means “together” and “onym” is “name.” Synonyms — together naming the same thing.
google definition of em·ber noun plural noun: embers a small piece of burning or glowing coal or wood in a dying fire. "the dying embers in the fireplace" synonyms: glowing coal, live coal; me example- The embers started to blow in the wind.
matthaeuskrenn.com | Honestly speaking, it's really difficult to find by word length, and even if it's synonym, each individual word varies a little in meaning as well. Tried testing the algorithm with some words, which came out 'no results'. Words like 'picturesque'. Hahaha! Looks like Big Huge Thesaurus isn't everything.
If You Were a Synonym by Michael Dahl. For ages 7-10. If you were a synonym, you would mean the same thing, or almost the same thing, as another word. You could be BIG, HUGE, or GIGANTIC. What else could you be if you were a synonym? #CommonCore
Vocabulary: Building Vocabulary the Common Core Way
Build your students vocabulary (the Common Core Way) using things that young kiddos can relate to - weather and feelings! Huge packet includes attribute writing, role playing cards, journals, synonym/antonym work and MORE!