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household name


  1. a person or thing that is very well known

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Malcolm Tucker, a foul-mouthed political advisor, was the role that turned Capaldi into a household name in Britain.

Kallai is not quite a household name, but he is well-known among trendy Tel Avivians and gays.

“I may be jumping the gun a little bit for this Halloween,” Stinnett conceded, considering Paul is not yet quite a household name.

Monica Lewinsky became a household name in 1998, well over a decade before the first SlutWalks began.

How her pricey taste—and circumstances—have kept her from becoming a household name.

Dolly's little girl was called Annette Dorothea; but her household name was Annie.

The soft household name sounded yet softer in the Andalusian accents.

Willie Bailie was a household name about a hundred years ago, in the upper parts of Clydesdale.

A letter that neither reproached nor questioned, its message was given with all tenderness of phrase and household name.

To everybody who knows English literature Brantwood is a household name.


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