Examples of nom de guerre in a Sentence
an acerbic and provocative blogger known to most only by her online nom de guerre
Recent Examples of nom de guerre from the Web
Ulyanov later would adopt the nom de guerre Lenin (likely derived from the name of a Siberian river, the Lena).
The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia have for years pushed for the U.S. to release Palmera, better known by his nom de guerre Simon Trinidad, as part of American efforts to support last year’s peace deal.
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Origin and Etymology of nom de guerre
First Known Use: 1680See Words from the same year
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