Revealing herself as both Miriam Weeks and alter ego Belle Knox made her feel vulnerable.
I tried really hard to call upon Meggie Mac, my alter ego, the perfect, polite, and smiling daughter-of.
She also does something that marks a true rock star—she invents an alter ego.
“What we did was, we came up with an alter ego, Ricky Hollywood,” explains Tank.
Catch comedian Judah Friedlander off-screen and you'll find his World Champion alter ego.
Where don Ramón could not go in person, don Andrés would be present for him, as the chief's alter ego.
Has each of us an alter ego, who can really behave, elsewhere?
You are no longer Lavendale's alter ego—the careless rake and spendthrift.
It is the care, the management of this house that I have thought of intrusting to you as to an alter ego.
God is his alter ego, his other lost half; God is the complement of himself; in God he is first a perfect man.
alter ego al·ter ego (ôl'tər)
Another side of oneself; a second self.
An intimate friend, considered another side of oneself: “He was my alter ego; we were always picking up each other's thoughts.” Alter ego is Latin for “another I.”