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  • adv. In an anonymous manner; without a name.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. In an anonymous manner; without a name.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In an anonymous manner; without a name.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. without giving a name


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anonymous +‎ -ly


  • We all know that posting completely "anonymously" is not really possible anymore because we all leave a traceable digital footprint.

    That StatCounter Paradox

  • To then ask why people post anonymously is ... naive.

    Who Are You People? « PubliCola

  • Mr. McPlenty, It's rather easy to insult others anonymously from the safety of your computer browser.

    Very Little Drops Dead

  • But even if Kate D were a demonstrably bad writer and a callous/shallow human being (I have only met her once, enjoyed Despereux except for the ending, and bowed to my then 7 year old granddaughter who proclaimed it the "best book ever, but I don't mean to hurt your feelings, Nana") to call her names anonymously is troll behavior of the worst kind.

    Here they are,

  • And somebody who logged in anonymously mentioned a gluten-free store in Winnipeg named Lorenzos.

    Archive 2006-06-01

  • Does this mean that hosting a blog that allows for people to comment anonymously is breaking the law?

    98.5% of blog comments now illegal « BuzzMachine

  • Whether or not you blog anonymously is up to you, as is the amount of information you provide on your blog and About Page.

    The Debate Against Anonymous Bloggers « Lorelle on WordPress

  • The Volition Bug was launched anonymously from a site somewhere in a Central Asian republic.

    - Boing Boing

  • And the problem with us all posting anonymously is no one can tell if it's one person with a dozen posts or a dozen people with one post.

    Comments here

  • But special interest patterns are disrupted once funders are free to request refunds anonymously from the election commission.



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  • "We'll have a rodent soon", the man said anonymously.

    December 28, 2007