Examples of namesake in a Sentence
How much did President George Bush influence his son and namesake George W. Bush?
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But the sides that come with most of the Southern menu don’t have the horsepower to keep up, especially the hoppin’ John itself, the namesake union of black-eyed peas and rice.
Boqueria focuses on fresh, seasonal ingredients, just like its namesake market.
Lufthansa and Swiss All of the Lufthansa Group Airlines—the namesake airline, Swiss, Austrian, and Belgian—started offering 'Economy Light' fares in May 2018.
The Fig and Blue Cheese, crafted with its namesake ingredients.
After drying off, take in the view from Wolf Creek Overlook, or kayak the Class III+ rapids on the namesake waterway when the water is right.
The restaurants’s namesake burger will match up with a Ommegang Brewery Rare Vos Amber Ale.
Carbon stars, such as red giants, create their namesake element by fusing helium atoms in their cores, eventually pumping the carbon out into space.
Flames and thick, black smoke poured from windows of the president’s namesake skyscraper after the fire broke out Saturday evening.
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NAMESAKE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of namesake for English Language Learners
: someone or something that has the same name as another person or thing
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