Definition of pseudonymous
: bearing or using a fictitious name a pseudonymous report; also : being a pseudonym
Recent Examples of pseudonymous from the Web
Bitcoin’s pseudonymous creator, Satoshi Nakamoto, built a decentralized system that no one would own but anyone could participate in.
Hazel Cills at Jezebel has followed up with allegations from a pseudonymous woman saying that Hopkins had non-consensual sex with her.
In the frenzied speculation over the identity of the pseudonymous author Elena Ferrante, Domenico Starnone has often been treated as a primary suspect.
The new allegations came from a pseudonymous source both legendary and loathed in biomedical circles: a scientific gadfly known as Clare Francis.
Pseudonymous filmmaker Kogonada makes a big splash in his first feature, starring the appealing Haley Lu Richardson and John Cho.
Shovel Knight?---performed by saxophonist Norihiko Hibino, a veteran game composer who's work includes the Metal Gear Solid series, and pseudonymous pianist Ayaki.
A basic – and useful – way to incorporate history is to have pseudonymous profiles that show all of a user’s contributions.
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Origin and Etymology of pseudonymous
First Known Use: circa 1706See Words from the same year
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