Sense relations are apparently semantic relationships between words and/or predicates. We learn more about this at Glottopedia.org.
"A sense relation is a paradigmatic relation between words or predicates. Two major types of sense relations can be distinguished:
Sense relations of inclusion, esp. hyponymy and synonymy
Sense relations of exclusion, esp. complementarity and antonymy (both of which are instances of the relationship of incompatibility)."
Is there a term for sets of words that have the same sense relation between them? For instance, how would one complete this paragraph?
"'up' and 'down' are antonyms. 'animal' is a hypernym of 'cow' 'pal' is a synonym of 'friend.' Each pair of words just mentioned is a set of (term I'm looking for)."