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  • adj. Extremely secret or secretive


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super- +‎ secret


  • 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

  • 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?

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • It's more like, it was made clear in the IM2 comic-con footage that Stark doesn't want to join the "supersecret boy band" at all.

    Captain America Will Be Cast Soon, Is Iron Man 2 a Hulk Prequel? | /Film

  • How many decades of criminal activity; how much war profiteering with Halliburton's no-bid contracts; how many supersecret energy "task forces" to commandeer oil resources from other countries (remember, he went to the Supreme Court to keep secret the advisers to his task force on energy, and won); how much of this sleaze and corruption does it take to have enough evidence to charge him with a crime?

    Gods and Monsters


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