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incommunicado (adj./adv.)

1844, American English, from Spanish incomunicado, past participle of incomunicar "deprive of communication," from in- "not" (see in- (1)) + comunicar "communicate," from Latin communicare "to share, impart," literally "to make common," related to communis "common, public, general" (see common (adj.)).

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Definitions of incommunicado

incommunicado (adj.)
without the means or right to communicate;
incommunicado political detainees
a prisoner held incommunicado
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