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14.Which one of the following means words that have similar meanings, like large and big or hard and difficult? Synonyms Homophones Homonyms Antonyms
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User: 14.Which one of the following means words that have similar meanings, like large and big or hard and difficult? Synonyms Homophones Homonyms Antonyms

Weegy: Synonyms are words that have similar meanings, like large and big or hard and difficult.
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User: 15.Which one of the following are words that have opposite meanings, like large and small or hard and easy? Homophones Antonyms Homonyms Synonyms

Weegy: Antonyms are words that have opposite meanings, like large and small or hard and easy.
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