pseudonymous

[ soo-don-uh-muh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF pseudonymous
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Barbier's work deals with French anonymous and pseudonymous books.

But in spite of all, his pseudonymous correspondent interested him.

Dr. Munro prints the pseudonymous letter with approval, but does not correct the inaccurate statement of the writer.

A pseudonymous person has "reconstituted" the story under the title of Lucien Leeuwen (the hero's name).

Ritson has aptly treated these pseudonymous translators as “men of straw.”

The superscription, if original, compels us to treat the whole writing as not only late but pseudonymous.

Associated words: pseudonymous, pseudonymity, pseudepigraphous pseudepigraphy.

He is, without other proof, reputed the lawful representative of the anonymous or pseudonymous author.

Ritson has aptly treated these pseudonymous translators as 'men of straw.'

Such is the ejaculatory formula in which public curiosity gives vent to its ignorant impatience of pseudonymous renown.

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