anonymity

[ an-uh-nim-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF anonymity
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The meanness of anonymity gave a shuddering obscenity to the moment.

The author, who preserves her anonymity, has been "over the top" in the fullest sense.

I'm only a plain man, and I want to know where the fun of anonymity comes in?

The time is very favorable for the disappearance of your anonymity.

He would cling to his anonymity to the bitter end, no matter what the cost.

He indulges his malevolence, and airs his ignorance, under a veil of anonymity.

"I am sorry my anonymity as a writer is destroyed," I said, speaking with reserve.

The anonymity of the poem was not long preserved; there was no reason why it should be.

The anonym had, like Scott, shirked, and had maintained his anonymity.

I am, however, quite aware that this is only one side of the question of anonymity.

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