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Definition of Tantamount

Tantamount
Tantamount Tan"ta*mount`, a. [F. tant so much (L. tantus) + E. amount.] Equivalent in value, signification, or effect. A usage nearly tantamount to constitutional right. --Hallam. The certainty that delay, under these circumstances, was tantamount to ruin. --De Quincey.
Tantamount
Tantamount Tan"ta*mount`, v. i. To be tantamount or equivalent; to amount. [Obs.] --Jer. Taylor.

Meaning of Tantamount from wikipedia

- The Richleighs of Tantamount is a children's historical novel written by British author Barbara Willard. It was originally published in the United Kingdom...
- opposite (i.e. more competitive) type of seat is a marginal seat. The phrase tantamount to election is often used to describe winning the dominant party's nomination...
- Tantamount to Treason Volume 1 (also known as simply Tantamount to Treason) is Michael Nesmith's fourth solo album during his post-Monkees career. Released...
- victory that inflicts such a devastating toll on the victor that it is tantamount to defeat. A Pyrrhic victory takes a heavy toll that negates any true...
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- void this agreement. Loeb had written “Keeping them frozen forever is tantamount to killing them,” in a 2015 op-ed in the New York Times. The suit also...
- princes(ses), consorts of heads of state, or to people whose category is tantamount to the previous; Sash ("Banda"), awarded to government ministers, secretaries...
- than abolish or at least limit it. According to Lafargue, wage labour is tantamount to slavery, and to fight as a labour movement for the extension of slavery...
- begs for mercy in front of his burning farm; by the 1630s, being caught in the open by soldiers from either side was 'tantamount to a death sentence'...
- delegation; Quwatli and Azem were notified a day later and considered it tantamount to a "military coup". N****er's final terms for the union were decisive...