Definition of Pseudonymity

1. n. The using of fictitious names, as by authors.



Definition of Pseudonymity

1. Noun. The state of being pseudonymous, of hiding one's true identity behind a pseudonym ¹

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Definition of Pseudonymity

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pseudonymity

pseudomystical
pseudomythological
pseudonarrative
pseudonavicella
pseudonavicellae
pseudonavicula
pseudonaviculae
pseudonaviculas
pseudoneglect
pseudoneuropterous
pseudonull
pseudonulls
pseudonym
pseudonymised
pseudonymities
pseudonymity (current term)
pseudonymization
pseudonymize
pseudonymized
pseudonymous
pseudonymously
pseudonymousness
pseudonyms
pseudooligomer
pseudooligosaccharide
pseudooligosaccharides
pseudoparallel
pseudoparallelism
pseudoparticle
pseudoparticles

Literary usage of Pseudonymity

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1. The Historical New Testament: Being the Literature of the New Testament by James Moffatt (1901)
"The reconciliation of pseudonymity and " inspiration," however, is a difficulty which must be left to the disposal of dogmatic theology, with the proviso ..."

2. Princeton Theological Review by Princeton Theological Seminary (1914)
"In this connection the author attaches no blame whatever to the pseudonymity of most of these writings. He offers for it the well-known excuse that in those ..."

3. The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge: Embracing by Johann Jakob Herzog, Philip Schaff, Albert Hauck (1911)
"But the form required was that of prophecy, and pseudonymity naturally took the form of apocalyptic. The new prophecy put on the mantle of the old in order ..."

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