Synonyms for soi-disant
- commonly named
- wrongly named
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SOI-DISANT
This, as the soi-disant Abbot was seen approaching along the path.
It is plain that the soi-disant Shakspeare was poor to the end of his days.
And accordingly he tendered a purse with some gold in it to the soi-disant captain.
Martin is a soi-disant rational Christian, if I mistake him not.
Now the folding-doors were ajar, and the soi-disant Mrs. Oldfield peeped.
Captain Dodd could prove Alfred's soi-disant illusion to be the simple truth.
"I wired to my housekeeper yesterday," explained the soi-disant Norton.
Mr. John Law, of Lauriston soi-disant, had made England too hot to hold him.
The private letters of Maret, that soi-disant friend of peace, breathe full assurance of victory.
The superintendent descended first and gave a few instructions, while the soi-disant constable was taken to the cells.