anonymity

(redirected from Anonymous author)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for anonymity

namelessness

Synonyms

unremarkability or unremarkableness

Synonyms

  • unremarkability or unremarkableness
  • characterlessness
  • unsingularity

Synonyms for anonymity

the quality or state of being obscure

Synonyms for anonymity

the state of being anonymous

Synonyms

Related Words

References in periodicals archive ?
Recently, De Vivo (2000; 2010) has suggested that the anonymous author of Considerations on the Importation of Foreign Corn had a satisfactory formulation of the principle of comparative advantage in 1814--one year before Torrens and three years before Ricardo.
The site's anonymous author griped: "This playground should NOT be used for sunbathing.
This slim text from an anonymous author relies primarily on James Lovelock's environmental observations to posit that climate change is an unavoidable reality.
Aware that his audience could be almost imperceptibly "slipping away" (2:1) like a ship coming loose from its moorings, "neglecting" the "great salvation" offered to them (2:3), or even "hardening their hearts" (3:13, 15), the anonymous author of Hebrews proclaims the "living word" of God (4:12).
The hospital said it planned to file charges against the pamphlet s anonymous author.
But you can't stand up as an anonymous author and claim to have authority on the subject.
THE anonymous author of the anti-Beatles contribution to your columns is very much in a minority, I would have thought (ECHO Letter, August 27).
The anonymous author of the e-mail from 'save pathology' claims the service to patients had deteriorated.
The Gentlemen of the Night, the Council's suave but sinister secret police force, have been assigned to track down the anonymous author of an anarchist pamphlet, and their investigation soon leads them to two men resolutely determined to preserve New Venice: Brentford Orsini, the keeper of the city's greenhouses, and his lecherous friend Professor Gabriel d'Allier.
Most of the computists here, however, found different ways to defend the Latin tradition, placing the Passion in AD 12 with the Incarnation in either 21 BC (Abbo and Sigebert) or 22 BC (Marianus, Hezelo and an anonymous author of Limoges).
However, in what seems to be a clear case of prejudice, the anonymous author of the relatively popular blog with 3,000 readers ( his online pseudonym is UltraBlue), said he wished such accidents took place every week.
The last such history, as the anonymous author of the Introduction reminds us, was Archbishop Philip Carrington's The Anglican Church in Canada published in 1963, almost fifty years ago.
For Perez-Romero, who rightly emphasizes the realism of Carajicomedia as a class-based attack on the elitism of Juan de Mena's earlier text Laberinto de Fortuna, it is precisely the erotic nature of the text which strengthens its subversive character: "Carajicomedia's anonymous author proposes moral laxity and the pleasure of sex and living" (86).
Curiously, though, the anonymous author of this misspelled welcome continues: HOPFULLY ILL BE HERE WE CAN TALK.
The anonymous author styled himself a gentilhomme breton at a time when Bretons were widely taken for thieves.