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stealth·y

 (stĕl′thē)
adj. stealth·i·er, stealth·i·est
Marked by or acting with quiet, caution, and secrecy intended to avoid notice. See Synonyms at secret.

stealth′i·ly adv.
stealth′i·ness n.

stealthy

(ˈstɛlθɪ)
adj, stealthier or stealthiest
characterized by great caution, secrecy, etc; furtive
ˈstealthily adv
ˈstealthiness n

stealth•y

(ˈstɛl θi)

adj. stealth•i•er, stealth•i•est.
done, characterized, or acting by stealth; furtive.
[1595–1605]
stealth′i•ly, adv.
stealth′i•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.stealthy - marked by quiet and caution and secrecy; taking pains to avoid being observed; "a furtive manner"; "a sneak attack"; "stealthy footsteps"; "a surreptitious glance at his watch"
concealed - hidden on any grounds for any motive; "a concealed weapon"; "a concealed compartment in his briefcase"

stealthy

adjective secret, secretive, furtive, sneaking, covert, sly, clandestine, sneaky, skulking, underhand, surreptitious It was a stealthy sound made by someone anxious not to be heard.

stealthy

adjective
So slow, deliberate, and secret as to escape observation:
Translations
خُطُوات مُتَسَتِّرَه
kradmý
laumulegur
usulca/sessizce yapılan

stealthy

[ˈstelθɪ] ADJ (stealthier (compar) (stealthiest (superl))) → cauteloso, sigiloso

stealthy

[ˈstɛlθi] adjfurtif/ive

stealthy

adj (+er)verstohlen; footstepsverhalten

stealthy

[ˈstɛlθɪ] adj (-ier (comp) (-iest (superl))) → furtivo/a

stealth

(stelθ) noun
a secret manner of acting. If I can't get what I want openly, I get it by stealth.
ˈstealthy adjective
acting, or done, with stealth. stealthy footsteps.
ˈstealthily adverb
ˈstealthiness noun
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He was the softest, glidingest, stealthiest man I ever see; and there warn't no more smile to him than there is to a ham.
He was the softest, glidingest, stealthiest man I ever see.
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The stealthiest aircraft in the world today is the B-2 bomber, but even this aircraft can be seen by the good old search racars operating at low frequencies.
Only the stealthiest companies document what they learn - using charts, graphs, reports, and software - and then share it among employees and divisions.
107) it is with a kind of defiance against flatfooted naturalism, but his self-criticism is energized by metaphorical dramas of a quasi-Coleridgean vitality, inviting, not shunning, the sort of response that spills over into ethics from aesthetic or formal lines: 'I track my uncontrollable footsteps, right and left, after the fact, while they take their quick turn, even on stealthiest tiptoe, toward the point of view that, within the compass, will give me most instead of least to answer for' (Art of the Novel, quoted p.
He may be the "stealthiest" poet of our time, escaping notice not because he is modest but because our critical radar is not calibrated to account for him.
Sound: Effective bowhunters know they must be stealthy, but sometimes doing the obvious can be the stealthiest. In other words, rather than walking and alerting deer by foot, use a vehicle to access stand sites and park as close as possible without the game knowing the vehicle is there.
This meant that China's stealthiest submarines are ready to launch nuclear missiles targeting the U.S., with the latter perhaps already late to outmaneuver it.
Yylmazer described the Salam network as "the stealthiest and most dangerous terrorist organization [to face Turkey] in recent times."
"To be one of the first UK contractors to start work on the project is an immense source of pride and we are also delighted that the project is generating work for local engineers and providing an economic boost to the maritime industry here in the North West." The Successor submarines will be amongst the stealthiest in the world, with the ability to circumnavigate the globe without surfacing and fire missiles from a distance of 1,000km.