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Synonyms for anonym

a fictitious name used when the person performs a particular social role

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Anonyms have no market value, and so they remain free to address their fellow anonyms in languages unfit for human consumption.
On the assumption that anonyms as well as celebrities embody potential sources of pollution, let the government award poor-conduct credits to every man, woman, and child in the country.
24) Mary Hiller estimates that between 1824 and 1900, 75% of articles published in monthlies and quarterlies were signed with anonyms or pseudonyms (124).
an anagram for Ralph Thomas), Handbook of Fictitious Names (London, 1868); John Edward Haynes followed suit in 1882 with Pseudonyms of Authors, Including Anonyms and Initialisms (New York, 1882); and Samuel Halkett and John Laing in the 1880's, with Dictionary of Anonymous and Pseudonymous English Literature.
John Edward Haynes, "Preface," Pseudonyms of Authors, Including Anonyms and Initialism (New York, 1882).
AUTHORS PAGE 1 OF 1 Anonyms Dictionary of Anonymous and Pseudonymous Publications Dictionary of Literary Pseudonyms Handbook of Fictitious Names Figure 2