use incommunicado in a sentence.
Obnoxious, cryptic, and incommunicado?
It's not like jwz was dead or trapped incommunicado in the arctic.
I think he answers your question: "That's because in 47 percent of cases, prisoners in Sweden are held incommunicado.
I read this this morning here:> He appears to have been denied access to independent counsel and held incommunicado outside the country.
Assange, who has not been charged with any crime, is currently the subject of an international arrest warrant which oddly (to put it mildly) specifies that he be held incommunicado without access to legal counsel or any other contact with the outside world.
I didn't realize that he had gone incommunicado.
I wasn't aware that Spirit had been incommunicado for a full year.
The paperwork and incommunicado government officials are like something out of a Kafka novel.
I'm reminded of a story about how the science fiction writer Katherine MacLean , who predicted the role of computers in communication and music in her 1947 novelette Incommunicado, accidentally stumbled into a conference of electrical engineers and found herself quickly surrounded by Bell Telephone researchers who were inspired by her ideas to build the next generation of communications equipment.