anonymous


anonymous
01. Zeta received an [anonymous] love letter, but she's pretty sure it's from a guy in her English class.
02. The note was simply signed '[anonymous]', so we don't know who it is from.
03. An [anonymous] benefactor has donated over $100,000 to the Children's Hospital.
04. Police received an [anonymous] tip which led to the arrest of a suspect in the recent murder of an elderly woman.
05. We have been getting these frightening [anonymous] phone calls from someone who says only that we are in some kind of danger.
06. The biggest contributor to our charity wants to keep his [anonymity], so we can't release any information regarding his identity.
07. An [anonymous] message sent to the police has warned of a bomb being planted outside a busy department store in London today.
08. Doug Horton once said that the art of giving is perfected through [anonymity].
09. Actress Michelle Pfeiffer once said that the hardest thing about being famous is the loss of [anonymity], the loss of privacy.
10. An [anonymous] businessman has donated a million dollars to the university.
11. B&Bs offer a view into the daily life of Brits that you can't get in a larger, more [anonymous] hotel.
12. The police are inviting anyone who has knowledge of the crime, but who doesn't want to be identified, to make an [anonymous] call to the station.
13. The Opposition leader quoted an [anonymous] source as saying that the President was planning to raise personal income taxes.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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