Examples of nom de plume in a Sentence
He wrote under a nom de plume.
Recent Examples of nom de plume from the Web
Generations of big league players were known strictly by colorful, descriptive or ironic nom de plumes.
Rising British musician Grace Shelley -- who records under the nom de plume Tyne -- makes passionate, minimal pop music that pulls influence from Frank Ocean and Purity Ring.
Power Paola is the nom de plume of Paola Gaviria, whose life from conception to the cusp of adulthood is told with grace and self-irony in her autobiographical graphic novel, Virus Tropical, which has found readers in Latin America and Europe.
Wuthering Heights was published only one year prior, under the nom de plume Ellis Bell.
Her crafting nom de plume comes from the magpie bird, which, according to folklore, collects shiny little objects.
The songbook, small enough to fit in the pocket of a pair of Levi’s, was compiled by an unsuccessful prospector named John A. Stone, who under the nom de plume Old Put, wrote many of the tunes.
Even the symbol, which would be Prince’s nom de plume for three years, is asymmetrical, imperfect.
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Origin and Etymology of nom de plume
First Known Use: 1823See Words from the same year
NOM DE PLUME Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of nom de plume for English Language Learners
: a name used by a writer instead of the writer's real name
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