stealth

Part of speech: noun

The quality or habit of acting secretly; secret movement.

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Usage examples "stealth":

  1. Then he began to move, not quietly or with any display of stealth. - "In the Brooding Wild", Ridgwell Cullum.
  2. Though Badger and Shirley moved with the stealth of Indians, yet their labored breathing, and, now and then, the fall of their feet came to Sam’ s ears. - "Lost in the Cañon", Alfred R. Calhoun.
  3. My grandmother was an inveterate novel- reader, but very careful that her books fell into no other hands; so that the only means of satisfying my taste for romantic reading was by stealth. - "A Grandmother's Recollections", Ella Rodman.