pseudonym[ sood-n-im ]SEE DEFINITION OF pseudonym
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PSEUDONYM
Possibly the same honor, under my pseudonym, may have been intended for me.
Compare "pseudonym," where the prefix is contracted, and "nonentity."
This was published in 1638, under the pseudonym of Domingo Gonsales.
He prefers, as his pseudonym implies, to remain an unknown quantity.
It is he who figures in our story under the pseudonym of de Laville.
I could, if necessary, invent some disreputable things and attach them to his pseudonym.
No poet of that name is known, and probably this is a pseudonym.
Reviews by him, under the pseudonym Emes, in Hausfreund, Vol.
It is sad to be compelled to say that this pseudonym cannot be accepted as genuine.
The use of the pseudonym “Philalethes” has not been confined to one alchemist.