I will not give you a fictitious name, and—I can give no other.'
He chose a fictitious name, and he changed the opening paragraph.
Both Penny and Ben were certain that the man had given a fictitious name.
Note 1: A fictitious name sailors who have deserted generally assume to escape recognition.
Dick Ford, was the reply, Dick deciding that he had better give a fictitious name, he being so close to the British.
Among them I presently recognized the house of the father of Lem Hackett (fictitious name).
The fictitious name of Vaudrey has been held to cloak that of such and such a Minister of State.
I had determined not to enter on my profession within a hundred miles of home, and then to cover myself with a fictitious name.
I would not have an initial letter for the town, but would state in the beginning that I gave the town a fictitious name.
A fictitious name has been substituted, out of delicacy to the survivors of the family.