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Use "monicker" in a sentence
"I chose a "monicker" when I first began commemting on another website which was not so civil as OpEd News when I bought my first computer at the age of 69."
"Instead of trying to express characteristics by a name, the very opposite effect is sought, except when the character would in real life have a "monicker," or the naming of the character in the old way would serve to relate the act more closely to its form and awaken pleasing reminiscences."
"I think Albarinot is a totally appropriate monicker."