Definition of Monicker

1. Noun. (alternative spelling of moniker) ¹



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Definition of Monicker

1. moniker [n -S] - See also: moniker

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Monicker

mongrelization
mongrelizations
mongrelize
mongrelized
mongrelizes
mongrelizing
mongrelly
mongrels
mongs
mongst
monial
monials
moniamond
moniamonds
monic polynomial
monicker (current term)
monickers
monie
monied
monies
monieziasis
monifier
monifiers
moniker
monikers
monilated
monilethrix
monilia
monilia disease
monilial

Literary usage of Monicker

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1. Today's Short Stories Analyzed: An Informal Encyclopedia of Short Story Art by Robert Wilson Neal (1918)
"Gi' rne y'r monicker." 10. Singleton snapped a card into the grimy paw of the impatient emissary, who fled. 11. Sitting on a little bench at one side of ..."

2. Something Else Again by Franklin Pierce Adams (1920)
"... Than that about my monicker; My verse is never cabled At a fabled Rate per line. Still though the Halls Of Literature are closed To me a bard obscure I ..."

3. Anderson Crow, Detective by George Barr McCutcheon (1920)
"My name is Bacon,— George Washington Bacon,— and my friend bears an even nobler monicker, if that be possible. ..."

4. Lake and Stream Game Fishing: A Practical Book on the Popular Fresh-water by Carroll Blaine Cook (1917)
"His real monicker is pike-perch, but the boys have sort of acquired the habit of calling him wall-eyed pike, and so we let it go at that. ..."

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