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  • Many writers have pen names which they use instead of their real names.
  • Never meeting face to face, they kept their friendship to pen and paper.
  • Otherwise he lived by his pen, and often fell short of money.
  • It seemed as if he spoke the result of long pent-up thought. Cited from With Edged Tools, by Henry Seton Merriman
  • The series consists of eight books, including three side stories also penned by her.
  • I never could carry either joy or trouble pent up in my heart. Cited from The Wings of Icarus, by Laurence Alma Tadema
  • The writing does not have to be done with pen and paper.
  • He would continue to write more stage plays before penning his first poem.
  • What more natural than such a consequence after penning such a letter? Cited from Mark Hurdlestone, by Susanna Moodie
  • He threw himself in a chair, and his pent-up nature gave way at last. Cited from The Midnight Passenger, by Richard Henry Savage
  • If ever I go back again to have my soul pent up in the cities of men! Cited from Journal of Arthur Stirling, by Upton Sinclair
  • He had a pen behind his ear which he had not used.
  • They can then be used in the same manner as any other brush or pen.
  • They were widely used until the mid 20th century when ball pens slowly replaced them.
  • Bush became the first female artist to have a self-penned number one hit.
  • This service did not work in conjunction with any other pen friend clubs.
  • There was, and almost before the words were out of Pen's lips. Cited from !Tention, by George Manville Fenn
  • Many of her readers never realized that behind all these pen names was a single author.
  • She began her career by penning poetry at the age of ten.
  • Collaborative authors may have also their works published under a single pen name.
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Meaning of pen

  • noun A writing implement with a point from which ink flows
  • noun An enclosure for confining livestock
  • noun Female swan