Definition of Monikers

1. Noun. (plural of moniker) ¹



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Definition of Monikers

1. moniker [n] - See also: moniker

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Monikers

mongst
monial
monials
moniamond
moniamonds
monic polynomial
monicker
monickers
monie
monied
monies
monieziasis
monifier
monifiers
moniker
monikers (current term)
monilated
monilethrix
monilia
monilia disease
monilial
monilias
moniliases
moniliasis pneumonia
moniliform
moniliform hair
moniliformis
moniliid
moniment

Literary usage of Monikers

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1. Urban Street Gang Enforcement by Edward Connors, Barbara Webster, Newl Miller, Claire Johnson, Elizabeth Fraser, Bill Falcon (1998)
"It is your affiant's experience that most gang members are known by street names or monikers and that their true identities are frequently not known to ..."

2. Japan's System of Official Development Assistanceby Chris M. Cook by Chris M. Cook (1999)
"... for example, the World Bank created its Partnership Department, and now most organizations have partnership units, albeit using many different monikers, ..."

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