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
Many believe that Facebook’s policy is a safeguard against bad actors who might hide behind a fake moniker to cyberbully or harass people.
However, Gaga was quick to reveal the truth about her movie moniker.
Known by its moniker of March Madness, the tournament is arguably at its best during the first weekend.
Every player was assigned a military rank, with Puskás becoming a major, and so the famous moniker ‘the Galloping Major’ was born.
In Atlanta, the The Martian and Community star, who performs musically under the moniker Childish Gambino, plays Earn a down on his luck college drop out, who tries to turn his life around by managing his aspiring rapper cousin.
Going by the moniker Catita Daiana, Tiao's flamboyant alter ego is something of a whirling dervish bedecked in dowdy transvestite attire.
Virasami and his colleagues, some of whom know the three U.S. founders of Black Lives Matter, decided to adopt the moniker for their group.
Now, the 44-year-old is living the dream, crafting custom motorcycles under the Voodoo Choppers moniker and telling the story of artisans around the country with his weekly PBS series A Craftsman's Legacy.
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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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