Hubbard, who went under the aliases Larry David Barnes and Larry Lamar Ratcliff, moved to Florida in the early 1970s.
Most of the mimicries in nature gradually became as suspicious to the primitive observer as aliases to a magistrate.
Which will you have, caballero—my nom de guerre, or any other of my aliases?
He still was an enigma whose veil was not entirely stripped away because one of his aliases was known.
All manner of rogues and roguery has immemorially delighted in aliases.
"With half a dozen aliases at your back, I dare say," cried Coates.
It will all be sponged up in Threadneedle Street by the poetic swindlers whose names, or aliases, you hold in your hand.
From under a succession of aliases he uncovered Gorman's real name.
Yes; I have observed a number of aliases where there is no particular effort to disguise.
The patient landlord began to lose that virtue, and denounced these aliases as swindlers.
mid-15c., "otherwise called," from Latin alias "at another time, in another way," from alius "(an)other," from PIE *al- "beyond" (cf. Sanskrit anya "other, different," Avestan anya-, Armenian ail, Greek allos "another," Gothic aljis "other," Old English elles "otherwise, else," Modern English else).
"assumed name," c.1600, from alias (adv.).