Definitions

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  • adjective Extremely secret or secretive

Etymologies

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super- +‎ secret

Examples

  • Speaking of which, you may look at all the poems I've saved in a folder called supersecret poetry -- to which you may also add poems -- by using username: gwenda007 and password: supersecret.

    recuerdo for your thoughts and my apologies

  • Kickass43: y don't I invite sum top senators 2 a "supersecret" briefin at tha WH on ... oh ... say Feb 14?

    Danielle Crittenden: The Secret Presidential IMs: Bush & Clinton Swap Chick Problems

  • Nope, not by bike and not from a supersecret base on the bottom of Lake Superior and certainly not with the help of a moosemindcontrol ray on Mackinaw Island ...

    Archive: Oct 08 - Mar 09

  • He had the local VFW and American Legion Posts snowed about his supersecret work in VietNam as a member of Marine intelligence and with the CIA.

    Heroes or Villains?

  • Luckily, Hudson has a valuable lieutenant in Lawrence B. Prior III, an ex-Marine intelligence officer who joined BAE in July after serving as president of ManTech and chief operating officer at SAIC, both leading contractors to supersecret intelligence agencies.

    Under the Gun

  • His thoughts turned to Echelon, the supersecret program started by the National Security Agency back in the seventies.

    Vince Flynn Collectors’ Edition #2

  • Polar Rose makes software that scans images and identifies the people in them, which could prove useful for the iPhone 4's FaceTime video calling app -- or, say, identifying who just found that lost supersecret iPhone prototype inside a bar.

    News quiz: The week in tech

  • His thoughts turned to Echelon, the supersecret program started by the National Security Agency back in the seventies.

    Vince Flynn Collectors’ Edition #2

  • There are novels by Ken Follett, Michael Cunningham, Nicole Krauss and Tom Clancy; cookbooks by Ina Garten and Jamie Oliver; humor books by both Amy Sedaris and David Sedaris; a collection of poems, notes and letters written by Marilyn Monroe; and a book by the Washington Post investigative reporter Bob Woodward that is so supersecret its publisher, Simon & Schuster, refused to reveal the title.

    Beach Reads Finished, It's Time For The Big Books

  • His thoughts turned to Echelon, the supersecret program started by the National Security Agency back in the seventies.

    Vince Flynn Collectors’ Edition #2

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