Murray, for example, in Household Words
, offered the portrait of a "pasha" he had met in Turkey, who, according to him, possessed qualities that were in direct contrast to those which generally described the Turks.
With climate change becoming more of a household word
that question may have more significance than merely a way to kill time around the water cooler.
Marceau's name, a household word
ever since he introduced pantomime to the United States and the world with tours of his one-man show in the 1950s and 1960s, is more synonymous with the art of mime.
Let my name be ever the household word
that it always was.
Sarcopenia is well on its way to becoming a household word
, like osteoporosis, concludes geriatrician Tamara Harris of NIA.
For more than 25 years, the name Pierre Deux has been a household word
Where Volkswagen was once a household word
, it is now almost insignificant in the North American market and has lost thousands of workers while continuing to lose market share.
Contraception, has become a household word
Tupperware parties, for example, are a household word
Cuisinart is fighting desperately to avoid the fate which befell Mix Master, becoming a household word
which describes all food processors.
Thanks to Madison Avenue, beta-carotene is becoming a household word
Software appliances will become a household word