Adjective(1) with your identity concealed
Adverb(1) without revealing one's identity
(1) They waited while he filled two glasses with a pale brown liquid and gave them to the incognito agents.(2) Dr Johnson was famously won over after a long conversation with the King in 1767, while numerous stories abound of the King visiting farms incognito .(3) Charles, now 22 and eager to be married, persuaded his father to let him make an incognito romantic journey to Spain.(4) He is said to be one of our leading playwrights, who may have reasons transcending merely legal ones for his incognito .(5) On Sunday morning, Meena had teamed up with her friend Ramba and the two had tried to make an incognito visit by car to the Subramania Swamy Temple at Maruthamalai.(6) As the incognito president cries out for justice, the police inform him that he is a wanted man.(7) With the president said to spend no more than one or two nights in the same place, to travel incognito and even to employ mustachioed, cigar-chomping lookalikes, this could prove easier said than done.(8) Turns out the rap sheet is a mile long - and he, like me, goes incognito .(9) ├ö├ç├┐The observer,├ö├ç├û he concludes, ├ö├ç├┐is a prince enjoying his incognito wherever he goes.├ö├ç├û(10) Her new book Dirt Cheap is an expose of life ├ö├ç├┐at the wrong end of the job market├ö├ç├û and involved the author working in a string of low-paid jobs incognito .(11) There was certainly a Green and Labor presence trailing in his wake but the majority of the abuse was launched at him from incognito locals.(12) Leach is a minor character and the fact that Larsen effortlessly penetrated his incognito has no central plot significance.(13) The road to perversion is cast with such anonymous faces, individuals incognito .(14) The incognito of lower class employment is an effective cloak for any dagger one might wish to hide.(15) He ended up dying - fighting against his own people incognito .(16) And perhaps such a chance encounter could turn out to be the equivalent of winning the lottery, when a minor favour to an incognito king brought great reward.
1. under an assumed name ::
2. under a false name ::
3. in disguise ::
5. under cover ::
6. in plain clothes ::
8. unidentified ::
Different Formsincognito, incognitos
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