conominee

conominee

(ˌkəʊnɒmɪˈniː)
n
a joint nominee
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Screaming crybaby Jade looked odds on to get the nod eight days ago, but her conominee Lynne ended up walking - after stroppily demonstrating that she can't take her ale.
The monks were nominated "best new artist" in the German music awards; their conominee was Leona Lewis.
She was also honored as one of the 2005 Women for Peace, a conominee for the Nobel Peace Prize.
Brie Larson is also expected to seize the spotlight from her conominees, Saoirse Ronan (Brooklyn), Cate Blanchett (Carol), Jennifer Lawrence (Joy) and the divine Charlotte Rampling (45 Years), come Oscar night.
This section is full of fascinating historical context and lively anecdotes, including an excerpt from Adrienne Rich's acceptance of the 1974 National Book Award for Diving into the Wreck: she accepted the award together with "conominees Audre Lorde and Alice Walker ...