For aught we know the ould lady was thravellin' incog—like me.
The Jedge might call you out, sir, for intruding upon his incog.
Their dress is picturesque; and I have seen the Capitan Pacha, more than once, wearing it as a kind of incog.
Then handing it to his daughter, and instructing the young girl how to deliver it incog, he despatches her upon her errand.
Abraham Lincoln, we like to think, was a typical American, but were one to encounter him incog.
So one day I got tired of working out Rubiyt motifs in brass, and I went over to the caf for luncheon, incog.
Barring the “habits,” such a Gipsy is as much a Gipsy as before, although he is one incog.
A ludicrous adventure into which the king was led by his mania for going about incog.
The old gentleman kept this costume for occasions when he goes to Brussels incog.
He is not to mention to any living creature that she is nearer than Plinlimmon till the incog, is laid aside!