adjective, adverb, & nouninformal, dated
Short for incognito.
- The Prince said he would go to the Chinese dinner if he could go incog.
- He might have privately thrown out a hint concerning the difference in our respective stations aboard the Julia; or else the planters must have considered him some illustrious individual, for certain inscrutable reasons, going incog.
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