incognito

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incognito

adjective alias, anonymous, assumed name, camouflaged, charade, clandestine, concealed, connidential agent, confidentially, cover, discreetly, disguise, disguised, false identity, isolated, mask, masked, mysterious, mysteriously, mystery man, nameless, private, privately, privileged, protected, quietly, retired, screen, secluded, seclusion, secrecy, secret, secret agent, secreted, secretive, secretiveness, secretly, sheltered, shielded, under an assumed name, under cover, undisclosed, unidentified, unknown, unnamed, unrevealed, unspecified, veiled, with circumspeccion, without a name, without fanfare
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As the romance is imperfect, we are not acquainted how the discovery takes place; but it is probably much in the same manner as in other narratives turning on the same subject, where the host, apprehensive of death for having trespassed on the respect due to his Sovereign, while incognito, is agreeably surprised by receiving honours and reward.
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.
Mazarin now understood that Cromwell's envoy desired to retain his incognito.
As gentle as e'er a lady in the land," said Tony, turning his large black eye round the room, and letting it dwell a moment on the beautiful face of Julia--her heart throbbed with tumultuous emotion at the first sound of his voice, and she was highly amused at the ingenuity he had displayed, in paying a characteristic compliment to her gentleness, in this clandestine manner--if he preserves his incognito so ingeniously he will never be detected, thought Julia, and all will be well.
In which the Unknown of the Hostelry of Les Medici loses his Incognito.
I have come incognito from Prague for the purpose of consulting you.
If you wish to preserve your incognito,' said Holmes, smiling, "I would suggest that you cease to write your name upon the lining of your hat, or else that you turn the crown towards the person whom you are addressing.