Until two months ago, the World Food Program supplied at least nominal help to Dr. Hawa, providing corn for 500 families.
The purchasing power of holders of nominal debt must not be put at risk.
Ultimately, if the Canadians are correct, we clearly tend to find importance in not just the nominal value of money.
The extra cash would show up in the government statistics, so that nominal "poverty" would decrease.
His delicately drawn portrayal (punctuated by a moment or two of deft hysteria) steals the show from Brad Pitt, the nominal star.
Some reports give the nominal Christian population as high as 80,000.
His imprisonment was intended to be little more than nominal.
Mrs. Bays and Tom had that evening driven to town to meet the nominal head of the house.
Such was the character of the nominal peace which now existed.
The nominal amount of the funds of the hospital is estimated at 40,000; the annual income being about 1800 sterling.
early 15c., "pertaining to nouns," from Latin nominalis "pertaining to a name or names," from nomen (genitive nominis) "name," cognate with Old English nama (see name (n.)). Meaning "of the nature of names" (in distinction to things) is from 1610s. Meaning "being so in name only" first recorded 1620s.