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
Laurence Leavy, better known by his Twitter moniker Marlins Man, believes the Royals are not compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act for fans who sit in the Crown Club seats at Kauffman Stadium.
However, Paltrow and Martin were far from the first parents to give their children unconventional monikers.
This moniker was clearly bestowed by someone who had never seen a real rugby game.
The Post reports that Rene was a music producer who used the moniker Trypps Beatz and was staying at Jenkins’ six-bedroom home.
And in the 17 months since the president took office, the owners of struggling Trump hotels in Toronto and New York paid the Trump Organization millions of dollars to remove the family moniker from the properties.
Sadly, the moniker and Rose’s family in attendance couldn’t will Master Merion to a win.
Durant has paid fitting tribute to the man and the moniker ever since then.
This moniker doesn't do justice to what patients suffer, which includes an array of symptoms that can go far beyond unrelenting fatigue.
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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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