nom de plume
noun, plural noms de plume [nomz duh ploom; French nawn duh plym] /ˌnɒmz də ˈplum; French nɔ̃ də ˈplüm/.
Origin of nom de plume
Examples from the Web for nom de plume
In 1818 published a series of letters under the nom-de-plume of "Agricola," in the Halifax Recorder.
He wrote occasionally—always under a nom-de-plume; but he had great difficulty in satisfying his own editorial standards.The Life and Letters of Walter H. Page, Volume I|Burton J. Hendrick
As nothing else is known of him it has been held by some that the name was a nom-de-plume of W. himself.A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature|John W. Cousin
However, please try again: and please don't change your nom-de-plume: let us have Nell in the First Class next time!A Tangled Tale|Lewis Carroll
It had been sent in 1885 under the nom-de-plume "A. Chekhonte," and it had failed to pass.Plays by Chekhov, Second Series|Anton Chekhov