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content

noun

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  1. 1 a major object of interest or concern (as in a discussion or artistic composition) <although I appreciate the poem's lyrical qualities, I don't understand its content> Synonyms content, motif, motive, question, subject, theme, topicRelated Words subject matter; talking point; count, idea, point, purpose; consideration, issue, problem; body, bulk, burden, centerpiece, core, crux, essence, fundamental, generality, gist, grist, heart, kernel, keynote, main, marrow, mass, net, nub, nubbin, nucleus, pith, pivot, purport, quick, staple, substance, sum; basis; bottom, essential, essentiality; affair, argument, debateNear Antonyms aside, digression, excursion, interjection, parenthesis, tangent

  2. 2 the amount of something (as subject matter) included <judging from the table of contents, I'd have to say that this book covers most of the major topics in American history> Synonyms contentRelated Words compass, gamut, range, scope, sweep; membership, participation

  3. 3 the idea that is conveyed or intended to be conveyed to the mind by language, symbol, or action <the speech was filled with fine words but devoid of any real content> Synonyms content, denotation, drift, import, intent, intention, purport, sense, significance, significationRelated Words connotation; clue, cue, hint, implication, indication, inkling, intimation, suggestion; message, tenor, theme; bottom, essence, essentiality, nature, soul, spirit, stuff; acceptance, acceptation, definition; burden, crux, gist; core, heart, kernel, marrow, nub, nucleus, pith, point, quick; matter, motif, motive, question, subject, topic





content

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