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Synonyms for both
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English Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. both

    Both refers to two objects previously mentioned, or had in mind, viewed or acting in connection; as, both men fired at once; "two men fired" might mean any two, out of any number, and without reference to any previous thought or mention. Twain is a nearly obsolete form of two. The two, or the twain, is practically equivalent to both; both, however, expresses a closer unity. We would say both men rushed against the enemy; the two men flew at each other. Compare EVERY.

    Synonyms:
    twain, two

    Antonyms:
    each, either, every, neither, no one, none, not any

Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. both

    Synonyms:
    twain

    Antonyms:
    neither

Princeton's WordNet

  1. both(a)adjective

    (used with count nouns) two considered together; the two

    "both girls are pretty"

    Antonyms:
    all(a), no(a)

Editors Contribution

  1. pairs

    both pairs of pears are green.

    Submitted by anonymous on August 4, 2020  

Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. bothadjective

    Synonyms:
    the two, the one and the other

  2. bothconj.

    Synonyms:
    [Preceding a word or phrase which is followed by and; Both—and.] as well as, not only, but also

PPDB, the paraphrase database

  1. List of paraphrases for "both":

    two, either, so, the, whether, each

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How to use both in a sentence?

  1. John Mashburn:

    I agreed to answer questions from bipartisan House staff in any officially authorized meeting or interview as I have already done for two Senate Judiciary and Intelligence Committees committees, rep. Schiff's staff actually gave less than 60 minutes notice to committee Republicans regarding both the existence of and the opportunity to attend this unofficial, unauthorized meeting of Democrat only members. This was not what had been agreed to from the beginning between the respective attorneys, so we declined to appear.

  2. Bob Casey:

    This Supreme Court nominee is being fast-tracked, first of all, because This Supreme Court nominee has been vetted by the two groups that matter : the Federalist Society and the Heritage Foundation, both groups totally committed to undoing, striking down the Affordable Care Act.

  3. The NFL:

    The request was denied. I do n’t know why he wo n’t have a sit-down with me or a meeting to talk about these issues at hand. we embrace the opportunity to work with Eugene to hear his ideas on how we can better advance employment opportunities throughout the league, both for Asian Americans and for all underrepresented groups.

  4. Bernard Rollin:

    In some ways, there's a big debate about whether you should adopt a puppy or an older dog, and there are advantages to both. If you adopt a puppy, you've got to housebreak, you have to train, et cetera. On the other hand, you get to mold that dog a little bit more, when you adopt an adult dog, you're getting a package you don't necessarily know what's inside, but you don't have to house train and so forth, and a lot of shelters have the previous owner write up a detailed account of that dog.

  5. Sarah Palin:

    I have the good fortune of knowing both John McCain and Donald Trump well, both men have more in common than the today's media hype would have you believe. Both blazed trails in their careers and love our great nation.


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