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Denominate   /dɪnˈɑmənˌeɪt/   Listen
Denominate

verb
(past & past part. denominated; pres. part. denominating)
1.
Assign a name or title to.  Synonym: designate.






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"Denominate" Quotes from Famous Books



... at least such a highway as we of the present so denominate—was a something unknown; a few horse-paths, so termed, traversing the country in various directions—narrow, oftentimes obstructed, and sometimes dangerous. Over one of this latter class, as before said, our wedding party now wended their way, in ...
— Ella Barnwell - A Historical Romance of Border Life • Emerson Bennett

... afforded by this code for the escape of the homicide. We are well aware that the laws in question are intended for the distribution of equal justice, yet we have too often witnessed the acquittal of delinquents whom we can denominate by no other title than that of homicides, while the simple affirmation of others has been admitted (in default of testimony) who are themselves the authors of the deed, for which they stand in judgment. The indiscriminate system of accepting ...
— The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Omnibus • American Anti-Slavery Society

... that it is once here? The answer to the one question is given in an existential judgment or proposition. The answer to the other is a proposition of value, what the Germans call a Werthurtheil, or what we may, if we like, denominate a spiritual judgment. Neither judgment can be deduced immediately from the other. They proceed from diverse intellectual preoccupations, and the mind combines them only by making them first separately, and then adding ...
— The Varieties of Religious Experience • William James

... with astonishment," said one of my benevolent conductors, "are devoted to what you mortals denominate the three liberal professions, Law, Medicine, and Theology. Whoever has a claim to distinguished honour from any one of the three, has a just encomium pronounced upon his services by the temporary President of that particular fabrick, in which ...
— The Eulogies of Howard • William Hayley

... and thought, and experiences with books, with people, and with galleries. In short, he must live art before he can define the word; and his living art invests the word with content. The word will grow just as he grows in his conception of art. At first, he may denominate as art the simple little daubs of pictures that he makes with the teacher's hand guiding his brush. But, later on, as he gains a larger conception, these things will appear puerile if not silly. The time may come when he can ...
— The Vitalized School • Francis B. Pearson



Words linked to "Denominate" :   denomination, designate, label, denote, number



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