She can easily be seen in the Fairs and Presentations where she comes incognito.
My father and I came incognito.
"I feel faint," she murmured, and then added, "I never knew inspectors came incognito."
I have come incognito from Prague for the purpose of consulting you.
Except in February 1690, when he came incognito into England but was recognised at Canterbury.
He's so bent on secrecy that he comes incognito with no guard to speak of at all.
She came to the States incognito, with her evidence.
The Dynasty should have no trouble coming there incognito.
Other Republican visitors may have decided to come incognito, as Bill and Janice Nearon did.
'He has to come here incognito to avoid publicity.'