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
And in the past few years that studio has slowly expanded into customer-facing design, selling totes, coffee mugs, hats, socks, Vans, and other essentials under the JJJJound moniker.
To this day, Vanity Fair circulates to its editors a list of Graydon-verboten words and terms, among them doff, eschew, hooker, celebrity, moniker, opine, and A-list.
As local leaders strive to reclaim and redefine the Fat City moniker, memories of the neighborhood's brief but sordid heyday still burn bright in the memories of many locals.
Wochit If the word village connotes a hamlet smaller than a town, a gathering of cute single-family cottages, then Broad Ripple may soon outgrow that moniker.
But in one way, this Blink moniker that doesn't quite match the vision.
The company said its hardware-dependent engine parts business will retain the Delphi moniker and be re-christened Delphi Technologies.
In fact, the show’s moniker is an old term for the stretch of 42nd Street between 6th and 8th Avenues.
But 10 months later, the Los Angeles City Council appears likely to adopt the sanctuary moniker.
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Origin and Etymology of moniker
First Known Use: 1851See Words from the same year
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