He wrote a defence of the greatly slandered Luther, under the fictitious name of Didymus Faventinus.
I will not give you a fictitious name, and—I can give no other.'
You understand, my dear fellow, that Laurent is a fictitious name meant to hide the real name, just as a mask hides the face.
I had determined not to enter on my profession within a hundred miles of home, and then to cover myself with a fictitious name.
Have you ever heard that he used the fictitious name Hidell?
It sounds like a fictitious name to me but of course the letter may be bona fide.
Before this incident about the fictitious name, were you and your husband getting along quite well?
In reply to this, a fictitious name was given, as Sallette and his companions afterwards found out.
M. Dumas usually signed his despatches with a fictitious name.
The schooner Alls Well (which is a fictitious name) was helpless in the wind and sea and whirling snow of a great blizzard.