nom de guerre[ nom duh gair; French nawn duh ger ]SEE DEFINITION OF nom de guerre
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Which will you have, caballero—my nom de guerre, or any other of my aliases?
As this was merely a nom de guerre you will wonder why I objected to its going into print.
But is not Truth rather a large name to adopt as a nom de guerre?
He said his name was Cavendish, but it may have been a nom de guerre.
On the couch, languidly lost among the cushions, Winona Horning (likewise a nom de guerre) was abandoned in lazy attention.
His nom de guerre seems to have been derived from the dance called The Galliard.
I did not pursue the subject, and since then I have not traveled on my 'nom de guerre' enough to hurt.
I was callow and conceited, and I resolved to try the virtue of my 'nom de guerre'.
When he heard my 'nom de guerre' he looked more dejected than before.
This regiment received its nom de guerre from being the first corps which carried the modern carbine.