Thesaurus / nicknaming
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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.
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They set up a store on similar lines to those at Quebec, which also the people were not slow in nicknaming "La Friponne."
MONTREAL 1535-1914 UNDER THE FRENCH RGIMEWILLIAM HENRY ATHERTON
The scholars signify their contempt for the ushers—officially known as maîtres répétiteurs—by nicknaming them pions or watch-dogs.
The opposition retaliated by nicknaming the leader of the victorious faction the "Czar of Woodbine."
CHILDREN OF THE TENEMENTSJACOB A. RIIS
The pigmy, as the late queen had been fond of nicknaming him, was the only giant in the Government.
HISTORY OF THE UNITED NETHERLANDS, 1600-09, VOL. IV. COMPLETEJOHN LOTHROP MOTLEY
He had taken to so nicknaming Edala since the bushbuck hunt and she seemed rather to like it.
THE WHITE HAND AND THE BLACKBERTRAM MITFORD
No ingenuity in nicknaming could extract Carpy from Campbell.
LALAGE'S LOVERSGEORGE A. BIRMINGHAM