That stealth offensive is widely credited with stopping Iran from attacking U.S. forces as they left Iraq.
Starbucks says it will open two more Seattle-area stealth stores (without the name and logo) in new locations.
A couple of years later, the stealth world did start to open up.
Neither did the technology to add broadband-active jamming to a stealth aircraft exist in 1995.
“That,” in this context, almost certainly refers to the achievement of a new level of stealth.
He swam to a point ten feet above it, and dropped down with the stealth of a mink.
He drew no water but by stealth and under the cloak of night.
By peaked we must understand "stole" or got admission by stealth.
Some of our clergy have slipt in by stealth now and then; but they have got up a farce of their own.
The Spanish vessel had deceived them and tried to capture them by stealth.
mid-13c., "theft, action or practice of stealing," from Old English *stælþ, which is related to stelen (see steal (v.)), from Proto-Germanic *stælitho (cf. Old Norse stulþr), with Proto-Germanic abstract noun suffix *-itho (see -th (2)). Sense of "secret action" developed c.1300, but the word also retained its etymological sense into 18c. Got a boost as an adjective from stealth fighter, stealth bomber, radar-evading U.S. military aircraft, activated 1983.
A great bargain: I got that for half price, a real steal (1940s+)