Definitions

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  • noun A writer's pseudonym

Etymologies

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Literal translation of nom de plume.

Examples

  • I think the main problem is with bloggers who use their pen-name as cover to exclusively make attacks and never be constructive.

    For me there is nothing like the dishonesty of a pseudonym

  • It was a brief, snibby insert written under the name Oisin MacCumhaill, which she vaguely recalled was the pen-name of a once-renowned political columnist from years back.

    The Priest

  • Four poems written by 19-year-old Daniel Radcliffe have appeared in an underground fashion magazine under the pen-name ofJacob Gershon.

    Books

  • Georges Remi, better known by his pen-name Hergé, had passed away the day before in Brussels after a long illness.

    Tintin fans: too much time on hands

  • Four poems written by 19-year-old Daniel Radcliffe have appeared in an underground fashion magazine under the pen-name ofJacob Gershon.

    The return of Harry

  • Four poems written by 19-year-old Daniel Radcliffe have appeared in an underground fashion magazine under the pen-name ofJacob Gershon.

    The return of Harry

  • Four poems written by 19-year-old Daniel Radcliffe have appeared in an underground fashion magazine under the pen-name ofJacob Gershon.

    Weblogs

  • Four poems written by 19-year-old Daniel Radcliffe have appeared in an underground fashion magazine under the pen-name ofJacob Gershon.

    July 2009

  • Four poems written by 19-year-old Daniel Radcliffe have appeared in an underground fashion magazine under the pen-name ofJacob Gershon.

    PETRONA

  • Four poems written by 19-year-old Daniel Radcliffe have appeared in an underground fashion magazine under the pen-name ofJacob Gershon.

    Film

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