denominate

[ dih-nom-uh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF denominate

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DENOMINATE

She had just been over "weights and measures" and "denominate numbers" of all kinds.

They esteem the English, and denominate them their brothers.

That which tends to conserve our existence we denominate good.

We denominate these 'feasts', and from their own term it would seem they so mean.

For what all denominate the Sun, is that which gives out light and heat.

This is what Christians denominate the mystery of the redemption of the human race.

Both are founded on the datum which we denominate the Balance of Trade.

This is what we denominate premiums of encouragement, or bounties.

Thus it is that they whom we denominate 'savages' are made to deserve the title.

This theory is what I denominate the hypothesis of creation by law.

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