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Adjective
/əˈnänəməs/,
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(of a person) Not identified by name; of unknown name,
  1. (of a person) Not identified by name; of unknown name
    • - the anonymous author of Beowulf
    • - the donor's wish to remain anonymous
    • - an anonymous phone call
  2. Having no outstanding, individual, or unusual features; unremarkable or impersonal
    • - the anonymous black car waiting to take him to the airport
    • - a faceless, anonymous group
  3. Used in names of support groups for addicts of a substance or behavior to indicate the confidentiality maintained among members of the group
    • - Alcoholics Anonymous
    • - Debtors Anonymous

  1. having no known name or identity or known source; "anonymous authors"; "anonymous donors"; "an anonymous gift"
  2. not known or lacking marked individuality; "brown anonymous houses"; "anonymous bureaucrats in the Civil Service"
  3. Anonymous is the third studio album by Tomahawk. It was released on June 19, 2007 via Ipecac Recordings., , April 06, 2007, last retrieved April 18, 2007 The album features Native American songs that guitarist Duane Denison researched after working with Hank Williams III. ...
  4. Anonymous is a band from Andorra that in 2007 represented the country with the song "Salvem el món" in the Eurovision Song Contest 2007 after winning the national selection. The song, however, failed to make it through past the semi-final stage.
  5. "Anonymous" is the second single from Bobby Valentino's second album, Special Occasion The song features and was produced by Timbaland.
  6. Anonymous is an upcoming historical thriller directed by Roland Emmerich. It stars Rhys Ifans and Vanessa Redgrave. It will be released theatrically in the United States on 23 September 2011.
  7. Anonymous (used as a mass noun) is a label and Internet meme adopted within Internet culture to represent the actions of many online community users acting anonymously, usually toward a loosely agreed-upon goal. ...
  8. Project Chanology (also called Operation Chanology) is a protest movement against the practices of the Church of Scientology by members of Anonymous, a leaderless Internet-based group that defines itself as ubiquitous. ...
  9. Lacking a name; not named and determined, as an animal not assigned to any species; Without any name acknowledged of a person responsible, as that of author, contributor, or the like; Of unknown name; whose name is withheld; Lacking individuality
  10. (anonymity) The condition achieved when the identities of subjects are confidential, or when the researcher does not know their names or any characteristics that might reasonably lead the researcher or anyone to discover their identities. The researcher cannot link the data to the participant.
  11. (Anonymity) You may have seen the cartoon image that shows a dog typing at a workstation, and saying to another dog, "On the Internet, nobody knows you're a dog." A network removes most of the clues, such as appearance, voice, or context, by which we recognize acquaintances .
  12. (Anonymity) involves concealing respondents’ identities from interviewers and/or researchers.
  13. (Anonymity (also see Pseudonymity and Pseudonymous profiling)) A condition in which your true identity is not known. Your online service provider may allow you, as a subscriber, to participate in online activities anonymously (not known at all) or pseudonymously (taking on a different identity).
  14. (Anonymity (provision for)) Evaluator action to ensure that the identity of subjects cannot be ascertained during the course of a study, in study reports, or in any other way.
  15. (Anonymity) (adj) from or by a person whose name is unknown or withheld
  16. (Anonymity) A condition in which an individual’s true identity is unknown, even to the researchers. Researchers ensure anonymity of participants by assigning them numbers or pseudonyms, and/or by not collecting any identifying information at all (e.g., name, address, date of birth, etc.). ...
  17. (Anonymity) A recipient cannot reply to the message and that email sender's identity (identity meaning the user's real email address or other identifying information such as IP address data) is not and can not be known
  18. (Anonymity) An ethical safeguard against invasion of privacy whereby the researcher is unable to identify the respondents by their responses.
  19. (Anonymity) Because we are an independent firm, we need not reveal the identity or purpose of our clients, within normal legal and ethical bounds.  We will not reveal critical information without  prior approval.
  20. (Anonymity) In the state of Florida, the owner (or shareholder) of a US corporation is permitted to remain anonymous. This means that nobody knows who the actual owner of the corporation founded in Florida actually is, not even the US authority in charge of the establishment of corporations. ...
  21. (Anonymity) Isaiah’s name, which is used frequently in the first part of the book suddenly disappears from chapter 40-66.
  22. (Anonymity) Pertains to the information that an individual has disclosed in a study with the expectation that the information has no identifiers linked to the participant and therefore cannot in any way be traced to the participant. ...
  23. (Anonymity) PigeonGrams are anonymous unless you place information in the message that would indicate that you are the sender.
  24. (Anonymity) The AA concept of anonymity is expressed in this saying, 'Who you see here, what you hear here, when you leave here, let it stay here.' Anonymity is so important to AA that the word 'Anonymous' is part of its name. To break anonymity is to reveal one? ...
  25. (Anonymity) There are times when we're willing to supply personal information, provided it's not connected directly to us. ...