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adjective. ['ˈtæntəˌmaʊnt'] being essentially equal to something.
Rhymes with Tantamount
Sentences with tantamount
1. Noun, singular or mass
Omission of accent marks in Spanish is tantamount to a severe spelling or grammar mistake in English.
But its location is tantamount to a state secret.
Quotes about tantamount
1. To sustain the belief that there is no God, atheism has to demonstrate infinite knowledge, which is tantamount to saying, “I have infinite knowledge that there is no being in existence with infinite knowledge
- Ravi Zacharias
2. When God has specially promised the thing, we are bound to believe we shall recieve it when we pray for it. You have no right to put in an 'if', and say, 'Lord, if it be thy will..."This is to insult God. To put an 'if' in God's promise when God has put none there, is tantamount to charging God with being insincere.
- Charles Grandison Finney
3. One Philosophical Question, Two Faces [10w] 'Is life wort living?' is tantamount to'Does God exist?
- Beryl Dov