Examples from the Web for pseudonymous
Speaking to The Guardian about Banksy's work, Hirst praised the pseudonymous graffiti artist.
“Every day we have more responsibilities,” says Malath Aumran, a pseudonymous activist working from the same apartment.Syria's Immovable Forces: Activists, Regime Dig In|Mike Giglio|June 9, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Not feeling called upon to decide who is the victor in the tilt, we merely lift the pseudonymous veil concealing the champions.The Cross of Berny|Emile de Girardin
The author of anonymous or pseudonymous works, on registering his name, may obtain protection for the full term.Copyright: Its History and Its Law|Richard Rogers Bowker
A pseudonymous person has "reconstituted" the story under the title of Lucien Leeuwen (the hero's name).A History of the French Novel, Vol. 2|George Saintsbury
Ritson has aptly treated these pseudonymous translators as “men of straw.”Amenities of Literature|Isaac Disraeli
Ritson has aptly treated these pseudonymous translators as 'men of straw.'
British Dictionary definitions for pseudonymous
Word Origin and History for pseudonymous
1766, from Modern Latin pseudonymus, from Greek pseudonymos (see pseudonym). Related: Pseudonymously.