Since 1914 he has become a household name and a name of evil import.
For thirty years his had been something like a household name in the city.
For then 'twas whispered that dark deeds of shame Wreathed with a viper's slime our household name.
Black John sobbed and muttered vengeance in his den for many a day for the death of Old Dawty—the household name of the toad.
To everybody who knows English literature Brantwood is a household name.
Dolly's little girl was called Annette Dorothea; but her household name was Annie.
Willie Bailie was a household name about a hundred years ago, in the upper parts of Clydesdale.
A letter that neither reproached nor questioned, its message was given with all tenderness of phrase and household name.
Chaucer is a household name, but we fear that few read his works, and still fewer the works of those who went before him.