done, characterized, or acting by
characterized by great caution, secrecy, etc; furtive
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Unsurprisingly, the company maintained its stealthy form by staying quiet on the topic.
As that time approaches the bird becomes more secretive and stealthy.
Swift and stealthy, adult leopard seals tend to be solitary creatures, hunting alone at the fringes of pack ice.
The stealthy insect, with large compound eyes for nocturnal hunting, is a master sit-and-wait predator.
Without the need to accommodate crew, drones can be given strange radar-cheating stealthy shapes.
The stealthy and scrappy investors who used to run the business are being joined by the establishment.
Instead, the company would take a more stealthy-and potentially even more ambitious-approach.
But there's a growing belief that other stealthy choppers might have been present, as well.
Rear reflective patch makes up for the too-stealthy matte paint job.
Be mindful of a stealthy approach by moving slowly, quietly, and being a careful observer.
Our enemies are observant, patient, stealthy and ruthless.
The emerald ash borer is a voracious beetle with stealthy habits.
Launch your kayak, however, and you've got open and stealthy access to the entire shoreline.
These rugged habitats provide mammals and reptiles a place to stealthy forage and make their homes.