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Word: incognito

Definition: with identity concealed; using an assumed name; ADJ.


Sentences Containing 'incognito'

Chapter 23 Traveling Incognito MY idea was, to tarry a while in every town between St. Louis and New Orleans.
Chapter 24 My Incognito is Exploded AFTER a close study of the face of the pilot on watch, I was satisfied that I had never seen him before; so I went up there.
``Will your excellency give your name, or remain incognito?''
``I should avail myself of your offer with pleasure,''replied the host,``but, unfortunately, if I go there, it will be, in all probability, incognito.''
``Have you any objection to meet any persons who may be with madame, or do you desire to preserve a strict incognito?''
Contrary to custom, this gentleman had not been watched, for as the report ran that he was a person of high rank, and one who would allow no impertinent interference, his incognito was strictly respected.
Curiosity had vanquished the desire of preserving his incognito, and he was recognized.
I have come incognito from Prague for the purpose of consulting you."
But I defy the treasurer, or his two informers (I will name them, and let them make the best of it) Clustril and Drunlo, to prove that any person ever came to me _incognito_, except the secretary Reldresal, who was sent by express command of his imperial majesty, as I have before related.
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