fanciful name

See: sobriquet
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It is, however, a collection of facts; and I will give no fanciful name to it.
He called her Artemis, Demeter, and other fanciful names half teasingly, which she did not like because she did not understand them.
Others make a beeline for Delray Beach or Boca Raton, Florida, where, living either in a high-rise condo or in a gated community with a fanciful name, they enjoy the good life: long walks on the beach (or at the mall); eating early and frequently; a round of golf or a quick dip in the pool; and the occasional visit from the grandchildren.
Huddersfield does not have any quarters, be it north, east, south or west or whatever fanciful name someone has decided to call some part of Huddersfield.
At the top, in a small bare room, is a work by Robert Gober--a handless arm in plaster and gesso extending from the wall--that introduces a sudden note of gravity to the fanciful name.
A Social Club and we can expect some can expect some fanciful name if fanciful name if it goes ahead.
The Golden Highway is the fanciful name I give to that glorious, if transitory, spell when conditions are ideal for successful betting.
The guide, designed to be carried in a purse or pocket, contains convenient grids depicting each cut, its regional and fanciful name, and the cooking methods that can be used to prepare it.
The fanciful name doesn't necessarily have anything to do with the firm's goods or services, says Phillips, and it just may be your best bet for creating a trademark you can protect, on or off the Net.
Office's Victorian-style lace-up boot (which is also available in a stunning emerald green) goes by the fanciful name of Dolly Daydream and is perfect for re-creating the Audrey Hepburn/My Fair Lady look.