Thesaurus / nom de plume
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This should be the real name of the person, not a nom de plume or pseudonym.

She was a poetess, and wrote under the nom de plume, Makhf (the concealed).

Rulers of India: AkbarGeorge Bruce Malleson

She has charge of the Sunday woman's column, besides her regular column over the nom de plume of Catherine Cole.

Field-Cornet Mentz—better known by his nom de plume of Mordecai—fought like a lion.

William Falconer, author of The Shipwreck, speaks of himself under this nom de plume (canto iii).

He did not consider the use of his own name; the 'nom de plume' was the fashion of the time.

To Willie the name of any author was a nom de plume; it didn't make any difference whether it was his real name or not.

Anderson Crow, DetectiveGeorge Barr McCutcheon

His nom de plume was Democritus, Jr., and he is an advocate of the laughing philosophy.

Over the nom de plume of "Nancy," in the Beacon, she has dealt telling blows to our ancient adversary, the Register.

Edgar Nye, much better known under his nom de plume "Bill Nye," was born in 1846.

Fifty Years In The NorthwestWilliam Henry Carman Folsom

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