subreptitiously

subreptitiously

(ˌsʌbrɛpˈtɪʃəslɪ)
adv
in a subreptitious manner
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(17.) "And the underlying social function is crafty: the term "ethnie," by erasing the biogenetic presuppositions, has not so much put aside the term "race," but, rather, the meaning of the term "race" has subreptitiously reinvested the term "ethnie"." (Guillaumin 1992:13).