Definition of pseudographer in US English:

pseudographer

noun

rare
  • A false or erroneous writer; especially a person who counterfeits another's writing, a forger.

Origin

Mid 17th century. From pseudo- + -grapher, after ancient Greek ψευδογράϕος. Compare post-classical Latin pseudographus.

Pronunciation

pseudographer

/s(j)uːˈdɒɡrəfə/