Stealthful


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Stealth´ful

    (~fụl)
a.1.Given to stealth; stealthy.
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Heres why: Used raw, it adds a bit of healthful yet stealthful heft to the eggs, and it takes a back seat to the better-smelling trio of quickly sauteed onion, garlic and mushrooms.
but stealthful "judicial hostility" to arbitration.
Fletcher, Rethinking Criminal Law (Boston: Little, Brown & Co., 1978) at 38 (the core of theft, common law larceny, was "a forcible or stealthful taking").