Origin of incommunicado
Examples from the Web for incommunicado
The head of al Qaeda was hiding but he was not incommunicado.Abbottabad Documents Reveal Osama’s High Hopes for Obama Assassination|Bruce Riedel|May 5, 2012|DAILY BEAST
If you want to be incommunicado for days on end, become an insurance agent, not a governor.Sanford's Dereliction of Duty Trumps His Hypocrisy|Paul Begala|June 24, 2009|DAILY BEAST
He left town without telling even his wife where he was going and was incommunicado for several days.
If we could have, we'd have even Introverted the Maintainer, broken all the ties that bind us, chanced it incommunicado.The Big Time|Fritz Reuter Leiber
Word Origin for incommunicado
1844, American English, from Spanish incomunicado, past participle of incomunicar "deprive of communication," from in- "not" + comunicar "communicate," from Latin communicare "to share, impart" (see communication).