pseudonymous

[soo-don-uh-muhs]
adjective
1.
bearing a false or fictitious name.
2.
writing or written under a fictitious name.

Origin:
1700–10; < Greek pseudṓnymos; see pseudonym, -ous

pseudonymously, adverb
pseudonymousness, noun

anonymous, pseudonymous.
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pseudonymous (sjuːˈdɒnɪməs)
 
adj
1.  having or using a false or assumed name
2.  writing or having been written under a pseudonym
 
pseudonymously
 
adv

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Example sentences
One is anonymous, the other apparently pseudonymous, and neither seems to have
  circulated in samizdat.
The same pseudonymous identifier must be used for the same patient on
  subsequent submissions.
Privacy can be maintained by, for example, replacing a patient's name and
  social security number with a pseudonymous identifier.
Anonymous and pseudonymous records pose no meaningful privacy threat.
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