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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • "Will your excellency give your name, or remain incognito?" asked the captain.
  • "I should avail myself of your offer with pleasure," replied the host, "but, unfortunately, if I go there, it will be, in all probability, incognito."
  • Have you any objection to meet any persons who may be with madame, or do you desire to preserve a strict incognito?
  • Curiosity had vanquished the desire of preserving his incognito, and he was recognized.
  • Contrary to custom, this gentleman had not been watched, for as the report ran that he was a person of high rank, and one who would allow no impertinent interference, his incognito was strictly respected.

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  • They are travelling incognito.
  • I’m traveling incognito,
    J.D. Salinger  --  The Catcher in the Rye

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