The title is confusing. I hope this explains my question better.
If I'm trying to tell a friend that I enjoyed a talk we had, there are a multitude of ways I can say this. I can say it bluntly, or describe the talk we had with positive words.
The talk we had was good. The talk we had was great.
With either sentence, my friend could gather that I enjoyed our talk. They used different words, but they both described that I enjoyed our talk. Is there a word to use that would describe this situation in which two different words could be used, but the meaning would stay the same? Am I just overthinking this?
Edit: I think a much better way of explaining my question is with Word : Synonym :: (word I'm wondering about) : sentence