verb (used with object), nom·i·nat·ed, nom·i·nat·ing.
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Origin of nominate
OTHER WORDS FROM nominatenom·i·na·tor, nounre·nom·i·nate, verb (used with object), re·nom·i·nat·ed, re·nom·i·nat·ing.un·nom·i·nat·ed, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for nominate
Wiest and Turman both won Emmys for their work, and Byrne was nominated for the first two seasons of the show.One Good Thing: HBO’s In Treatment will soothe your shattered nerves|Emily VanDerWerff|November 6, 2020|Vox
Republicans made progress by seeking to recruit and nominate candidates who are more diverse and have less traditional backgrounds, the same strategy Democrats employed for the 2018 midterms.2020 elections mark another ‘Year of the Woman’—this time for Republicans|Claire Zillman, reporter|November 5, 2020|Fortune
With Monday’s confirmation by the Senate of Amy Coney Barrett, the country will soon have a Supreme Court with six Justices nominated by conservative presidents.Will a 6-3 conservative Supreme Court roll back regulations on business? Not so fast|matthewheimer|October 27, 2020|Fortune
Companies including Tastemade, Very Big Things and Critical Mass — nominated for Most Collaborative Culture — all found ways to keep their teams in constant contact.The Digiday Worklife Awards shortlist: Keeping collaboration and charity alive during an unprecedented year|Digiday Awards|October 20, 2020|Digiday
This is the first time in American history that we’ve nominated a woman who’s unashamedly pro-life and embraces her faith without apology.4 takeaways from Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett’s final day of questioning|Amber Phillips|October 14, 2020|Washington Post