Our name was changed too, he added, pushing the socalled roll across.
Thus we find sorrowful examples of attempts at Ossianic imitation in the work of some of the socalled bards and elsewhere.
The paragraphs on Denis and Kretschmann have amply demonstrated just how the socalled bards were dependent upon Ossian.
They invented the socalled ontological proof of the existence of God.
The socalled immortal soul with its innate wisdom has troubled the world a good while thereafter.
The fixed, impregnable, socalled apodictical facts are nothing but tautologies, if seen at close range.
I will ask the honorable Mr Brown to modify his question by having the word 'socalled' struck from it.
He implored a congress with humanitarian designs to refuse admission to the delegates of the socalled United States.
First, the socalled 'contratabular' possession, given to children who are merely passed over in the will.