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noun as in false name

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He used pseudonyms to communicate with him and simple coded messages to indicate when they should talk.

In 1993, the man with the many pseudonyms met Sandra Boss, whom he would eventually marry and have a daughter with.

Interestingly, they carried the pseudonyms Omar Arnold and Paul Farance.

“Kappas are noted for being lovely, highly intelligent campus leaders,” Ivins wrote under one of his pseudonyms, Goldenphoenix.

Joyce Carol Oates has written novels, essays, criticism, short stories, and, under two different pseudonyms, crime fiction.

Cross-references from different forms of the same name and from pseudonyms are included in the list.

Nothing further was said about fancy pseudonyms, but next time the Father saw the organist's signature it was Henry Peter.

The trio went under the pseudonyms of Blackstock, Greystock, and Thinstock, and disguised in bob wigs and smockfrocks.

None of these had the right to reveal the names hidden under pseudonyms; they did not even know them.

He usually contributed under pseudonyms as “Mephistho” or (∴).


On this page you'll find 15 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to pseudonyms, such as: alias, handle, nickname, incognito, nom de guerre, and nom de plume.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.