Saa is now navigating a new life in America as an incognito boarding school student.
Meanwhile, the free agent incognito recently sought help for “severe mental stress”.
He said that he and Kardashian came to Florence “incognito” about nine months before their daughter North West was born.
Celebrities like Paris Hilton and an incognito Selena Gomez mingle in the elevated VIP area by the main stage.
None of this makes what incognito and the Dolphins did any less reprehensible.
"You are late," said the incognito, when we had walked so far away from the palazzo as to be out of hearing of the crowd.
Sometimes, when incognito, the two men were asked where General Toombs was.
How often have I explained (p. 015) that you would not need passports of any kind if you would let me throw off my incognito.
We must maintain our incognito, at least until we are sure of our ground.
Hitherto their security has depended on keeping up their incognito by disguises, and the secrecy of their camping place.
1640s, from Italian incognito "unknown," especially in connection with traveling, from Latin incognitus "unknown," from in- "not, opposite of, without" (see in- (1)) + cognitus, past participle of cognoscere "to get to know" (see cognizance). Fem. form incognita was maintained through 19c. by those scrupulous about Latin. Incog was a common 18c. colloquial abbreviation.