Anonymously

  • (adv): Without giving a name.
    Example: "She wrote these letters anonymously"

Some articles on anonymously:

1725 In Poetry - Works Published - United Kingdom
... Cooke, The Battle of the Poets, published anonymously George Bubb Dodington, An Epistle to Sir Robert Walpole, published anonymously this year, although the book states "1726" John ...
1700 In Poetry - Works Published
... Sir Richard Blackmore, A Satyr Against Wit, published anonymously an attack on the "Wits", including John Dryden Samuel Cobb — Poetae Britannici his most famous poem, a survey ... Daniel Defoe, The Pacificator, published anonymously, verse satire in the literary war between the "Men of Sense" and the "Men of Wit" John Dryden — Fables, Ancient and Modern (Dryden's final anthology) William ...
1612 In Poetry - Works - Great Britain
... Of the Progres of the Soule, anonymously published together, although The Second Anniversarie has a separate, dated, title page (and was originally published as An Anatomy of the World 1611) John Dowland, A Pilgrimes ...
List Of Anonymously Published Works
... works have been published and written anonymously, often due to their political or controversial nature, or merely for the purposes of the privacy of their authors, among other reasons ... This article provides a list of literary works published anonymously, either attributed to "Anonymous", or with no specific author's name given ... Religious texts and grimoires, which are often written anonymously, may appear, along with works initially written anonymously whose authors are now known ...
1705 In Poetry - Works Published
... Daniel Defoe The Double Welcome A poem to the Duke of Marlbro The Dyet of Poland, published anonymously a verse history of "Poland" (in fact, Britain) during Queen Anne's first parliament John Dennis ... John Philips Blenheim, published anonymously The Splendid Shilling An imitation of Milton, published anonymously Matthew Prior, An English Padlock ...