- n. alternative spelling of code name.
- v. transitive To give a codename to.
- code + name (Wiktionary)
“Some threats to Mr Obama, whose Secret Service codename is Renegade, have been publicised, including an alleged plot by white supremacists in Tennessee late last year to rob a gun store, shoot 88 black people, decapitate another 14 and then assassinate the first black president in American history.”
“However, I can't decide if the "Project 7734" codename is delightfully retro or irredeemably goofy.”
“Bob Russell - so boring his secret service codename is Bob Russell.”
“I think that making an ex-special forces guy whose codename is a number relatable would be quite difficult.”
““My codename is Orb. You know, because orbs come out of my hands.””
“Microsoft has delivered what looks to be its competitor to iLife, codenamed MicrosoftMax (a codename is kind of like saying “beta”, except that they can change the name and confuse you later on).”
“The codename "Blackcomb" was eventually discarded, however the ideas and features behind "Blackcomb" that were not included in Windows Vista got a new name codename Windows "Vienna".”
“Blackcomb" that were not included in Windows Vista got a new name codename Windows "Vienna".”
“-- He always used the "codename" -- Firemoss for all activities related to the government and military.”
“Up next, which TV anchor's name was -- codename, that is, was Egg Nog?”
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