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Associations of “Named” (30 Words)
|alias||Misidentify (a signal frequency), introducing distortion or error.|
Eric Blair alias George Orwell.
|alphabetically||In alphabetical order.|
Books are now arranged alphabetically by author.
|anonymity||Lack of outstanding, individual, or unusual features; impersonality.|
The anonymity of big city life definitely has its advantages.
|anonymous||(of a person) not identified by name; of unknown name.|
An anonymous phone call.
|anonymously||In a way that prevents a person from being identified by name.|
Newman published two novels both anonymously.
She has been appointed to the board.
|autograph||(of a painting or sculpture) done by the artist, not by a copier.|
The whole team autographed a shirt for him.
|candidate||A person taking an examination.|
The Green Party candidate.
|cognomen||A familiar name for a person (often a shortened version of a person’s given name.|
|commissioned||(of an officer in the army, navy, or air force) holding a rank conferred by a commission.|
She was painting commissioned portraits in her late teens.
|delegate||A member of a committee.|
Edward was delegated to meet new arrivals.
|designate||Decree or designate beforehand.|
He was designated as prime minister.
|dub||The new sounds added by dubbing.|
The media dubbed anorexia the slimming disease.
|elected||Subject to popular election.|
|election||The predestination of some individuals as objects of divine mercy (especially as conceived by Calvinists.|
She agreed to stand for election.
|elector||In the US a member of the electoral college.|
Close to 60 per cent of the 60 000 registered electors voted.
|epithet||An epithet used as a term of abuse.|
Old men are often unfairly awarded the epithet dirty.
|given||Naturally disposed toward.|
They gathered at a given time.
|hustings||The campaigning associated with an election.|
He could hold his own in an election hustings.
|incognito||In a way that conceals one’s true identity.|
In order to observe you have to be incognito.
|mayor||(in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland) the head of a town, borough, or county council, elected by council members and generally having purely ceremonial duties.|
His real moniker is Dave Kennedy.
|nominate||Put forward nominate for appointment to an office or for an honor or position.|
A day was nominated for the exchange of contracts.
|patronymic||Of or derived from a personal or family name.|
A patronymic derived from the name of their original lordship.
|pseudonym||A fictitious name, especially one used by an author.|
I wrote under the pseudonym of Evelyn Hervey.
|repute||The opinion generally held of someone or something; the state of being regarded in a particular way.|
Chefs of international repute.
|sobriquet||A familiar name for a person (often a shortened version of a person’s given name.|
She was a vast and haughty person who answered to the sobriquet Duchesse.
|surname||Give a surname to.|
He changed his surname from Kaye to Kasmin.
|title||Give a title to.|
The novel had chapter titles.