What is another word for ditto?

Pronunciation: [dˈɪtə͡ʊ] (IPA)

Ditto, a word often used to indicate agreement or repetition, has numerous synonyms that can add variety and interest to one's writing or speech. Some synonyms for ditto include 'likewise', 'same', 'dit', 'copy', 'identical', 'replica', 'mirroring', 'corresponding', 'echoing', 'paralleled', 'match', 'twin', and 'reproduction'. Additionally, one can use phrases such as 'in the same vein', 'in agreement with', or 'similarly' to convey a similar idea as ditto. By utilizing these synonyms and phrases, one can avoid repetitive language and communicate their message in a more engaging and nuanced way.

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What are the hypernyms for Ditto?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the hyponyms for Ditto?

Hyponyms are more specific words categorized under a broader term, known as a hypernym.

What are the opposite words for ditto?

The word "ditto" is often used to indicate agreement with what someone else has said or written. However, there are several antonyms that can be used to express disagreement or differing opinions. Some antonyms for "ditto" include dissimilar, different, opposite, distinct, and varied. These words suggest a contrast or opposition to the original statement, emphasizing that the speaker or writer does not share the same perspective. Using antonyms for "ditto" can help to clarify differing points of view and encourage productive dialogue, while avoiding confusion or misunderstandings that may arise when using ambiguous or unclear language.

Usage examples for Ditto

For their own use and that of their native servants they carried sacks of mealie-flour, coffee and sugar, a tin of biscuits or so, and two or three sides of bacon sewn up in canvas, with a few tins of preserved fruit, and ditto vegetables.
"The Luck of Gerard Ridgeley"
Bertram Mitford
The fodder is odious, not fit for a pig, and the wine is ditto.
"The New Tenant"
E. Phillips Oppenheim
Hoping to see you, ditto Armandale, Monthly Board, Room 11, Macefield House.
"Peggy Parsons a Hampton Freshman"
Annabel Sharp

Famous quotes with Ditto

  • A stage play requires very different craft from a book, fiction or otherwise, and ditto from a screenplay.
    Dirk Benedict
  • I like writing about women, weak and strong, pathetic and heroic. I like writing about men, ditto. And all the variants of men and women, beasts and demons.
    Tanith Lee
  • Medicine, guarded too by preliminary impediments, and frightful medusa-heads of quackery, which deter many generous souls from entering, is of the half-articulate professions, and does not much invite the ardent kinds of ambition. The intellect required for medicine might be wholly human, and indeed should by all rules be,—the profession of the Human Healer being radically a sacred one and connected with the highest priesthoods, or rather being itself the outcome and acme of all priesthoods, and divinest conquests of intellect here below. As will appear one day, when men take off their old monastic and ecclesiastic spectacles, and look with eyes again! In essence the Physician's task is always heroic, eminently human: but in practice most unluckily at present we find it too become in good part beaverish,—yielding a money-result alone. And what of it is not beaverish,—does not that too go mainly to ingenious talking, publishing of yourself, ingratiating of yourself; a partly human exercise or waste of intellect, and, alas, a partly vulpine ditto;—making the once sacred... Human Healer, more impossible for us than ever!
    Thomas Carlyle

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