Thesaurus / denominate
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A main cause of the disadvantageous appearance exhibited by the ordinary schoolboy, lies in what we denominate sheepishness.

Thoughts on ManWilliam Godwin

Now you will perhaps permit me to denominate these three groups of patterns that occur in our new home fabrics as modern patterns.

Amongst the tales of Mr Poe are several papers which, we suppose, in the exigency of language, we must denominate philosophical.

No tree or plant has lent its name more freely to denominate places.

Hence the origin of the first part of speech, which we denominate the noun.

Heredity thus becomes a convenient name by which to denominate the insolvable.

A Plea for the CriminalJames Leslie Allan Kayll

Yet here I find all conditions whatsoever—here in that which you denominate 'bear-garden'.

The SpendersHarry Leon Wilson

What you, and scores of fellows like you, denominate vanity, is only another form of hopefulness.

Lord KilgobbinCharles Lever

It is a great error to denominate those idolaters who worship the sun and the stars.

A Philosophical Dictionary, Volume 6 (of 10)Franois-Marie Arouet (AKA Voltaire)

It shall now be our business to inquire into that dwarfed vitality which Kahnis elevates so high as to denominate "religion."

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