The films are taken in a variety of locations, all presumably scouted out and surreptitiously wired for sound and video.
Then, shuffling, she surreptitiously grabs the one he chose with her mouth while pretending to cut the deck.
A man sat opposite her, took out his phone, and surreptitiously photographed her eating.
His surreptitiously recorded "47 percent" remarks were the perfect expression of radical Tea Party ideology.
Another, more erotic, painting shows a young, topless girl wearing handcuffs, surreptitiously sneaking a swig of beer from a can.
surreptitiously she watched Peignton to see if he shared her disappointment.
As softly and as surreptitiously as it begins to rain on a cloudy day, she was crying.
surreptitiously he searched the two big boxes carefully, inwardly hoping that she had not forgotten—nay, ignored—him.
Why, indeed, was she back in England surreptitiously, and in that neighbourhood?
Sasnett commanded, surreptitiously placing a dollar in the negro's hand to insure a quick departure.
mid-15c., from Latin surrepticius "stolen, furtive, clandestine," from surreptus, past participle of surripere "seize secretly," from sub "from under" (hence, "secretly") + rapere "to snatch" (see rapid). Related: Surreptitiously.