adj.marked by quiet and caution and secrecy
○ taking pains to avoid being observed
○ a furtive manner
○ a sneak attack
○ stealthy footsteps
○ a surreptitious glance at his watch
Mere debauchery did not matter very much, so long as it was furtive and joyless and only involved the women of a submerged and despised class
Suddenly, Ho Hsiu-mei cASt a furtive glance over her shoulder AS if to see whether he wAS still there or not
Her face AS she came down the stairs wAS impASsive, gay, with a furtive trouble in the eyes
During it Antonia's eyes grew more friendly and more curious, and his own more shy, and schooled, more furtive and more ardent
a menacing and furtive look to His eye.Something surreptitious is stealthy,furtive,and often unseemly or unethical
It was the almost furtive restlessness and irritability that had possessed him
a menacing and furtive look to his eye.Something isurreptitious is stealthy,furtive,and often unseemly or unethical
In a furtive or circumspect manner;Indirectly.
To take(something,especially something of Little value)in a furtive manner;snitch.
Their VOICES, their very glances, became furtive and repressed