incognito

[ in-kog-nee-toh, in-kog-ni-toh ]SEE DEFINITION OF incognito

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INCOGNITO

But I sincerely hope you do not impute improper motives to the incognito?

That this interview shall be secret; your Highness be incognito.'

They had put on disguises so as to preserve their incognito.

Again, perhaps, they were as much puzzled by her incognito as she was by theirs.

His incognito, which had as many holes as a sieve, was not meant to hide a personality but a fact.

But may I hope that he will so far honour me as to throw up his incognito?

His restless, intriguing, and imaginative spirit revelled in the incognito.

That might show some motive for her incognito and explain her arrest by Bender.

Sometimes, when incognito, the two men were asked where General Toombs was.

He was there incognito for two weeks before they found him and bundled him back.

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