nom de plume[ nom duh ploom; French nawn duh plym ]SEE DEFINITION OF nom de plume
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NOM DE PLUME
No 'nom de plume' was ever so quickly and generally accepted as that.
The nom de plume was their property and could not be appropriated by any other publisher.
Under a nom de plume, I sent it to a magazine; it was declined.
This nom de plume was supposed to have been adopted in order to harmonize with "Boz."
Well-known aeronaut, using the nom de plume of Capt. Penfold.
That is the nom de plume adopted by the Queen of Asturia when travelling.
By the way, please keep my nom de plume strictly to yourself.
For obvious reasons he publishes this book under a nom de plume.
I will talk it over with her, and send you the nom de plume by mail.
I give him the nom de plume of Fitznoodle to nip a $20,000 libel suit in the bud.