This sub rosa gathering marks another step in the organizing of a potential presidential campaign for Clinton.
For three months he had been engaged, sub rosa, to a penniless cousin.
Believe me, they've done a lot of searching; most of it sub rosa.
It was easily contrived to divert, sub rosa, large State receipts to supply the remaining financial needs.
Business is transacted on Sabbath eve; but this, of course, sub rosa.
The director got at the facts, and gave them to his wife, sub rosa: "He belongs to Irvine's church—and Irvine is an anarchist."
Mr. Roosevelt (this was said sub rosa) had not been too Radical, but too frank.
There was the revelation of some that had existed before, sub rosa.
"Of course Mr. Harley understands that all this is sub rosa," said Mr. Goodnight, looking severely at the correspondent.
And Foster Leverett, who managed some of her business, said sub rosa that she was not spending all her income.
"privately, secretly," Latin, literally "under the rose," which was regarded as a symbol of secrecy.