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Origin of clandestine
OTHER WORDS FROM clandestineclan·des·tine·ly, adverbclan·des·tine·ness, clan·des·tin·i·ty, nounun·clan·des·tine·ly, adverb
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Example sentences from the Web for clandestine
Leaks have exposed some of the agency’s most clandestine intelligence-gathering operations.NSA’s Anne Neuberger to talk cybersecurity at Disrupt 2020|Zack Whittaker|September 4, 2020|TechCrunch
I’m outing myself now, obviously, but at the time, our meal felt clandestine and certainly not safe for Instagram.People Are Dining Out, They Just Don’t Want Anyone to Know About It|Jaya Saxena|September 3, 2020|Eater
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.China’s Nicaragua Canal Could Spark a New Central America Revolution|Nina Lakhani|November 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“Such a clandestine and pathological way of drinking increases the chances of becoming an alcoholic exponentially,” says Alireza.
Panahi was arrested by the Islamic Republic police in 2009 during the clandestine shooting of a film without a government permit.
At the top of a knoll in a clandestine group of trees they found "Viewcrest Inn."We Can't Have Everything|Rupert Hughes
To forget his treachery, he enters into a clandestine relationship with an actress of the town.The Social Significance of the Modern Drama|Emma Goldman
There might have been, but had not been, a clandestine marriage.Lady Anna|Anthony Trollope
And then Rachel told all the story of her clandestine engagement, as the reader already knows it, without any reservations.A Mere Chance, Vol. 2 of 3|Ada Cambridge
Yes, but he does not know that Captain Butler has presumed—has dared to press a clandestine suit with you!The Reckoning|Robert W. Chambers