Thesaurus / clandestinely

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The clandestine launch in 2016 of Nike’s Vaporfly 4% racing shoes, featuring a carbon-fiber plate embedded in a thick layer of ultra-resilient foam, kicked off an age of extreme shoe anxiety among competitive runners.

She also carried food of better quality to him when she could do so clandestinely.

And when we had got there, as clandestinely as a steam calliope in a circus procession, the moose was gone.

Tenting To-nightMary Roberts Rinehart

Here whiskey was clandestinely transferred from the boats before they proceeded upstream.

Old Fort SnellingMarcus L. Hansen

This seems remarkable when we consider that slaves were still brought into the United States clandestinely up to 1862.

He arranged to receive him clandestinely, and to have him on his way before any suspicion of his plans was awakened.

The Printer Boy.William M. Thayer

To facilitate matters, various tricks are resorted to, and various contraband additions are often clandestinely made.

I shall think that hard after what has passed between us; but I certainly shall not endeavour to see her clandestinely.

The ClaveringsAnthony Trollope

Thus another body of troops was clandestinely supported for him in Thessaly.

Stolen parties in the attics; suppers brought in clandestinely; lessons shirked!

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