unstealthy

stealthy

[stel-thee]
adjective, stealthier, stealthiest.
done, characterized, or acting by stealth; furtive: stealthy footsteps.

Origin:
1595–1605; stealth + -y1

stealthily, adverb
stealthiness, noun
unstealthily, adverb
unstealthiness, noun
unstealthy, adjective
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stealthy (ˈstɛlθɪ)
 
adj , stealthier, stealthiest
characterized by great caution, secrecy, etc; furtive
 
stealthily
 
adv
 
stealthiness
 
n

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stealthy
c.1600, from stealth + -y (2).
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