Incognito sentence example

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  • Now that Mrs. Glass has spilled the beans that someone's looking for him, if he wants to remain incognito, he's going to be twice as cau­tious.
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  • The king fled from Spain, was disgraced by Napoleon, and received the order to retire incognito to Mortfontaine.
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  • "A Frenchman or a Russian prince incognito," said the officer, looking at Pierre's fine though dirty linen and at the ring on his finger.
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  • Our friend here, is Prince David of Dean, vacationing incognito.
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  • To pound the point home, Klaatu used the Earth-name 'John Carpenter' when incognito in the boarding house.
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  • Why betray the incognito of this modest country-side without historical association or picturesque sites to commend it to the antiquary or the tourist?
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  • I'll write it in general terms, speculating on how difficult it is to maintain both lives, operating one incognito.
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  • For those that know little, tell us the background to dl incognito.
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  • The Lombard chronicler tells a romantic tale of the way in which Authari sought his bride from Garibald, duke of the Bavarians, how he went incognito in the embassy to judge of her attractions, and how she recognized her disguised suitor.
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  • Intrigue -- For when your day is part glamour, part incognito.
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  • If "metalman29" was someone who wished to remain incognito, he might not answer, but he'd know that someone besides the Dawkinses was aware of his existence.
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  • Meanwhile, O'Toole has taken advantage of his enforced job status by spending the past few months traveling the tube network incognito.
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  • Who are these keen ufologists who sell videos and hold public meetings but insist on remaining incognito in the story?
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  • This means that the fungus rapidly spreads and changes its appearance, known as tinea incognito.
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  • His first appearance on the stage was made in March 1741, incognito, as harlequin at Goodman's Fields, Yates, who was ill, having allowed him to take his place during a few scenes of the pantomime entitled Harlequin Student, or The Fall of Pantomime with the Restoration of the Drama.
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  • They settled at Claremont, placed at their disposal by Queen Victoria, under the incognito of count and countess of Neuilly.
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  • As he adopted an entirely different policy with the nobles from that of his father, and, moreover, showed great affability towards the lower class of his subjects, among whom he delighted to wander incognito, few if any of the kings of Scotland have won such general popularity, or passed a reign so untroubled by intestine strife.
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  • The title is now sometimes used by the royal family of the Netherlands when travelling incognito.
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  • The future is not therefore something to be discovered, like an existing terra incognito.
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  • This look adds a sense of mystery, so don't be surprised if you are mistaken for a celebrity incognito!
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  • Incognito service inspectors carefully review the service and amenities a hotel provides, using unbiased methods such as stopwatches, checklists, and evaluations.
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  • Book your color and watch the game incognito at this London hot spot that caters to men's every grooming need.
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  • These frames balance the need to be seen with the need to go incognito.
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