denominated[ dih-nom-uh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF denominated
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"Paracelsus," so denominated, was one of Robert Browning's earlier poems.
That the poetry so denominated was, in substance, composed by Ossian we have no doubt.
The first of all requisites for human sustenance is Bread, which with great propriety is denominated 'the staff of life.'
The complaint, however, had not been cholera, it was rather what is denominated “Syrian fever.”
To the inn, therefore, which was denominated 'The Grey Ass,' they still went.
Conjointly these are what may be denominated the Relationismus of Language.
From this he was denominated, "Gun-barrel," "Forked head," &c.
It appears that you have entered into the sect denominated Quakers.
Why has Copernicus never been denominated Fundamentus or Fundator?
That at the broadest part of the ship is denominated the midship-bend or dead-flat.