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See definition of incog on Dictionary.com
  • as inconcealed
  • as incovert
  • as indisguised
  • as inincognito
  • as inunknown

synonyms for incog

  • buried
  • camouflaged
  • covered
  • planted
  • veiled
  • enshrouded
  • guarded
  • masked
  • obscure
  • obscured
  • screened
  • secreted
  • shrouded
  • covered up
  • covert
  • holed up
  • hush-hush
  • hushed up
  • incognito
  • inconspicuous
  • perdu
  • privy
  • put in the hole
  • recondite
  • tucked away
  • ulterior
  • under wraps
  • unseen

antonyms for incog

MOST RELEVANT
  • bare
  • clear
  • disclosed
  • exposed
  • obvious
  • open
  • plain
  • revealed
  • shown
  • told
  • uncovered
  • open
  • known
  • public
  • revealed
  • unconcealed
  • aboveboard
  • candid
  • frank
  • honest
  • overt
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How to use incog in a sentence

The young Pretender, followed by about fifty Scotch and Irish adventurers, meanwhile, came incog.
THE CHRONICLES OF CRIME OR THE NEW NEWGATE CALENDAR. V. 1/2CAMDEN PELHAM
True, but I learn that she means to make the entire trip incog.
THE WHITE ROSE OF MEMPHISWILLIAM C. FALKNER
I played at being successful, bought my own pictures through dealers—incog., of course—at enormous prices.
LOVE'S USURIESLOUIS CRESWICKE
There is a well-known story of an English nobleman, desiring to remain incog.
NUTS AND NUTCRACKERSCHARLES JAMES LEVER
Present your friend to me, incog., and I'll wager—oh, anything that I shall read her like a book on sight.
A THOUGHTLESS YESHELEN H. GARDENER
Hedlock fled at our approach, leaving many debts unpaid and finally lived incog.
THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF PARLEY PARKER PRATTPARLEY PARKER PRATT
Her son was the Duc d'Alencon; and as they both remained incog.
THE MEMOIRS OF THE LOUIS XIV. AND THE REGENCY, COMPLETEELIZABETH-CHARLOTTE, DUCHESSE D'ORLEANS
In a novel the hailing voice would be that of a lady or a Caliph incog., and it would lure me to adventure or romance.
PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI, VOL. 156, FEB. 26, 1919VARIOUS
The Prince of Wales honored the performance with his company part of the time; he came into the music incog.
A BOOK ABOUT LAWYERSJOHN CORDY JEAFFRESON
I had travelled nearly the whole distance incog., without hearing my own name on a pair of human lips for weeks.
A WALK FROM LONDON TO JOHN O'GROAT'SELIHU BURRITT
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WORDS RELATED TO INCOG

  • buried
  • camouflaged
  • covered
  • covered up
  • covert
  • enshrouded
  • guarded
  • holed up
  • hush-hush
  • hushed up
  • incog
  • incognito
  • inconspicuous
  • masked
  • obscure
  • obscured
  • perdu
  • planted
  • privy
  • put in the hole
  • recondite
  • screened
  • secreted
  • shrouded
  • tucked away
  • ulterior
  • under wraps
  • unseen
  • veiled
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.