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paper

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of paper

  1. being something in name or form only there's a paper boycott of that company's products that nobody seems to be honoring Synonyms of paper formal, nominal, titularWords Related to paper so-called; phantom, virtual; apparent, assumed, evident, ostensible, presumed, seeming, supposedNear Antonyms of paper actual, real, true


paper

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of paper

  1. 1 a piece of paper with information written or to be written on it handed in the correct papers Synonyms of paper blank, document, formWords Related to paper instrument, writ; filing; sheet

  2. 2 a publication that appears at regular intervals we get the paper every morning Synonyms of paper book, bulletin, diurnal, gazette, mag, magazine, newspaper, organ, journal, periodical, rag, review, serial, zineWords Related to paper annual, bimonthly, biweekly, daily, monthly, quarterly, semimonthly, semiweekly, triweekly, weekly, yearbook; digest, little magazine; fanzine; pictorial, slick; broadside, edition, extra, sheet, supplement, tab, tabloid; newsletter, newsmagazine, newsweekly

  3. 3 a short piece of writing done as a school exercise write a paper about your favorite author Synonyms of paper composition, themeWords Related to paper article, essay, story

  4. 4 a short piece of writing typically expressing a point of view the papers written by the Founding Fathers urging adoption of the federal constitution Synonyms of paper article, composition, essay, themeWords Related to paper causerie; column, commentary, editorial, feature, report, review, write-up; dissertation, thesis; tract, treatise; discourse, discussion, exposition, prolegomenon, study



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