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
From Ethiopia to Seattle, young goalkeeper keeps tradition alive (2:11) Still, this new moniker will take some getting used to.
A call for names on the zoo’s Facebook page has elicited more than 1,000 responses, with commenters suggesting monikers like Tofu, Pearl, Daenerys (Mother of Dragons in the Game of Thrones), and Elsa (the princess turned queen in Frozen).
Similarly, in Los Angeles, officials reportedly are shopping field name rights to Dodger Stadium that would leave the facility’s iconic moniker alone.
All have dreamy monikers like Subversive, Sublime, and Subliminal and include shadows based on the formulas featured in Gold 001 and Dark Star 006.
On the field, the change to the Steamed Crabs moniker was not enough for the Orioles short-season class-A affiliate to break out of its recent slump.
Tasos and Beba shortened the moniker to Ted's after Sarris recruited them to take over in 2000.
Whatever the case, what’s clear is this: Mr. Peltz, despite hating the moniker, is very much an activist.
In an Instagram post this weekend, Lawson shared a few choice stanzas by the 13th-century poet Rumi, seemingly an indirect way of confirming that was Beyoncé and Jay Z's inspiration behind the moniker for Rumi Carter.
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Origin and Etymology of moniker
First Known Use: 1851See Words from the same year
MONIKER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of moniker for English Language Learners
: a name or nickname
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