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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DUBBED

Then he dubbed the robot Charles, after a father he had never known.

He dubbed himself a fool that he had not guessed so much before.

They dubbed him Tommy, and confided their indignation to their diaries.

Some ignoramus, or some wit, had dubbed him the King of Ireland, and he was playing to the part.

Here we found Roxy's brother, dubbed "Napoleon" by some white man.

Michael himself had dubbed this square of parchment a map: his map of men.

Largartijos—lizards—they are dubbed in the language of the country.

I have never been more petted than I was by “Toady,” as the village boys had dubbed him.

All of the "Porter tribe," as Phil dubbed them, were together.

Once there, the spirits resumed their loquacity, and dubbed me 'Poet of Science.'

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DUBBED

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adjectivehaving as a name
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.