onymous onymous


  • (adj) bearing a name


  1. Despite the decorrows of balloons and cupids cut from red paperthe meeting more nearly suggested a religious service than the first annual convention of Neurotics Anonymous.
  2. Like most political blogs, the anonymous Ace comments on the day's political news and provides links.
  3. That has led to the global flood of anonymous mob-like commentary.


  • The history of some wedding traditions

    Wedding traditions vary among cultures. In the United States, many couples incorporate sev- eral basic traditions that have almost become syn- onymous with the wed- ding event. Each of these traditions has a fun origin story:      
    on June 11, 2013     Source: The MetroWest Daily News

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