Terming [verb]

Definition of Terming:

name something

Synonyms of Terming:

Opposite/Antonyms of Terming:


Sentence/Example of Terming:

I am pretty sure that I cannot be mistaken in terming him the true and very Sophist.

They call us rough, and we try to get even by terming them effete.

Paul is not in the habit of terming temptations of the flesh "thorns."

Are we justified in terming their view of the universe a materialistic one?

That Sam had retorted by terming the poet a "conceited ass."

He had followed the usual custom in terming the ober-lieutenant a captain since he had an independent naval command.

Indeed there is no substantial objection to terming any sort of government made by a constitution or agreement federal.

I know not in any epic a grander idea than terming the avenues which lead to it the roads "to Spain, to Holland," etc.

He cannot suppress his contempt of the delusion or hypocrisy of our ancestors in terming themselves republicans.

The broom never attains a height to justify the terming it a 'grove.'