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That turns these well-known characters in neuroscience into double agents, acting obviously as neurotransmitters, but also as clandestine masters of epigenetics.

Instead, many travel abroad, search for a clandestine provider inside Poland, or continue their pregnancy.

Instead, this Jones adventure takes place in a clandestine video game that was released anonymously, then copied from one audio cassette to another.

Leaks have exposed some of the agency’s most clandestine intelligence-gathering operations.

I’m outing myself now, obviously, but at the time, our meal felt clandestine and certainly not safe for Instagram.

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Never mind the huge buildup of clandestine operatives and secret warriors since 9/11.

Undeterred by the snub in November, and denied a visa to Italy, Agca made plans for clandestine travel to Vatican City.

People there remember rather fondly the clandestine airdrops by the CIA during the 1980s.

“Such a clandestine and pathological way of drinking increases the chances of becoming an alcoholic exponentially,” says Alireza.

Above them hang portraits of the original clandestine laborers.

Sexual immorality is, by its very nature, a clandestine vice.

The actual case from which this fiction story was borrowed involved a man, a wife, and the wife's clandestine violinist lover.

Is not this consideration of itself sufficient to decide me against undertaking any clandestine correspondence?

The Queen saw that her help would really be wanted, and war, even clandestine war, required a great deal of money.

If there occurred the least clandestine proceeding, it was only when the danger was not felt—when not the least risk appeared.

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On this page you'll find 53 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to clandestine, such as: covert, fraudulent, furtive, hidden, hush-hush, and illicit.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.