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incommunicado (in-kuh-myoo-ni-KA-do) adjective, adverb
Out of contact, either voluntarily or deprived of the right to communicate with anyone; in solitary confinement.
[From Spanish incomunicado, past participle of incomunicar (to deprive of communication), from in- (not) + comunicar (to communicate), from Latin communicare, from communis (common). Ultimately from Indo-European root mei- (to change or move) that has given us other words such as commute, mutual, migrate, common, mistake, and immune.]
"She's (actor Urmila Matondkar) chosen to be incommunicado in the last
few months giving out her number to only a select few who matter."
"Since confessing his activities and being placed under house arrest
almost a year ago, Mr Khan has been incommunicado."
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