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Use "intimately" in a sentence
"They refer, respectively, to the use of a part of a something as a descriptor for its entirety as in a "hand" for a farm worker and/or referring to the name of something by substituting a term intimately associated it, as in calling the government of the United States "The White House," as in "The White House had no official response to news that the head of the IMF had been official declared a Shanda for the Goyim.""
"Everyone must know this title intimately by now, what with spin-off Railgun still running."
"Having a preference for people you associate with intimately is not the same as refusing to sell a black person a Whopper."