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Related to furtively: move furtively
Characterized by, acting with, or suggesting stealth or a desire to avoid discovery; surreptitious: "J.W. from time to time gave her a furtive squeeze of the hand, but they never got to go out alone any more" (John Dos Passos). See Synonyms at secret.
[French furtif, from Old French, from Latin fūrtīvus, from fūrtum, theft, from fūr, thief; see bher- in Indo-European roots.]
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furtively[ˈfɜːtɪvlɪ] ADV → furtivamente
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furtively[ˈfɜːrtɪvli] adv → furtivement
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furtively[ˈfɜːtɪvlɪ] adv → furtivamente
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