Examples of moniker in a Sentence
He earned the moniker “Gator” from his days wrestling alligators in Florida.
I think “Happy” is an appropriate moniker for someone who smiles so much.
Recent Examples of moniker from the Web
According to a new study, that moniker might be generous to the president.
Viacom in 2016 sued IJR Capital Investments over its efforts to open a real-life Krusty Krab, claiming the Texas company's use of the moniker was likely to confuse consumers.
Anticipation for the little one's moniker was higher than usual this time around, as the Duke and Duchess waited four days after the child's birth before announcing his name.
Today, their movements have been rediscovered, the first such records of tracks found in an area of Lake County popular among fossil hunters that has earned the moniker Fossil Lake.
Even while the moniker is under consideration by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Gibbs has sent a letter to a website developer asking to stop its use of the name.
Astralwerks, which sources say has been consistently profitable, launched in 1993 as Caroline’s dance imprint, taking its moniker as an amalgam of Van Morrison’s classic Astralweeks album and the last half from electronic pioneers Kraftwerk.
The Collections moniker is for properties suited to specific occasions, such as weddings or family reunions.
The couple once known as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle now have a new moniker: the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
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MONIKER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of moniker for English Language Learners
: a name or nickname
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