incog

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Abbreviation

Adjective[edit]

incog (comparative more incog, superlative most incog)

  1. Incognito.
    • 1985, Herman Melville, Billy Budd, Sailor, and Other Stories, Penguin Classics, Harmondsworth, page 343
      But his general aspect and manner were so suggestive of an education and career incongruous with his naval function that when not actively engaged in it he looked like a man of high quality, social and moral, who for reasons of his own was keeping incog.

Adverb[edit]

incog (comparative more incog, superlative most incog)

  1. Incognito.

Noun[edit]

incog (plural incogs)

  1. Incognito.
    • 2009 April 5, Matthew Algeo, “Harry Truman, Leader of the Freeway”, New York Times:
      “Just as we arose from the table some county judges came in and the incog was off.”

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