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- adv. In a stealthy manner, furtively.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a stealthy manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a stealthy manner; by stealth.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a stealthy manner
Thus fortified, he removed the largest and sharpest of the dog's ribs, climbed stealthily from the pit and used the bone to stab the guard to death.
Keeping an eye on her scene and beaming brightly with every change, she neared the end of her first set of the weekend while Lazer Sword stealthily began setting up equipment for their set.
For one thing, she shows up kind of stealthily and not very recklessly, and she uses the word “thanksies.”
I say "stealthily" because it does so by modifying a provision (FISA § 1802 (a)) that allowed for 90-day warrantless surveillance of communications between agents of foreign governments.
High inflation in China -- prices in November rose 5.1 percent from a year earlier after falling for most of 2009 -- continues to "stealthily" erode China's competitiveness as U.S. inflation stands at about 1 percent, Paulus said.
High inflation in China -- prices in November rose 5.1 percent from a year earlier after falling for most of 2009 -- continues to "stealthily" erode China's competitiveness as
The Blues are this season's popular dark horses at least to make the final having stealthily accumulated a squad that has real depth.
And Miranda Lambert, whose 2009 album "Revolution" stealthily went platinum last year, won best female country vocal performance for "The House That Built Me" moments after she cooed the song onstage.
When his cell got hold of a contraband radio, he and his cellmates became the news committee, surreptitiously listening to radio reports at night and stealthily disseminating the news in headline form to the other cells each morning.
That is the question I recently set out to answer, when -- in an heroic act of corporate espionage that I undertook for you, dear readers -- I stealthily broke into the computer item bank of an assessment company I used to work for to look at their test questions and standards.