He left town without telling even his wife where he was going and was incommunicado for several days.
The head of al Qaeda was hiding but he was not incommunicado.
If you want to be incommunicado for days on end, become an insurance agent, not a governor.
The officers and privates were supposed to be strictly "incommunicado," but even these found means of communication.
I really was incommunicado so far as the outside world was concerned.
If we could have, we'd have even Introverted the Maintainer, broken all the ties that bind us, chanced it incommunicado.
1844, American English, from Spanish incomunicado, past participle of incomunicar "deprive of communication," from in- "not" + comunicar "communicate," from Latin communicare "to share, impart" (see communication).