adjective, stealth·i·er, stealth·i·est.
Examples from the Web for stealthily
Technology that stealthily decimates in the blink of an eye, that is what is what Israel needs in the Twenty-First Century.
But Le Monde likened her to Hollande, or even Angela Merkel, the stealthily unassuming figure who pulls out the big win.
But the California-based chain has stealthily become a huge company, with 283 outlets.
Stealthily, he walked the lawyer to the cell and showed him the secret.
When this happened, Mother Rodesia softly and stealthily changed her position.A Little Mother to the Others|L. T. Meade
Abou Do now stealthily approached the ledge of rock beneath which he had expected to see the head of the animal.In the Heart of Africa|Samuel White Baker
Yet this change had come so stealthily that it had hardly affected her happiness.Virginia|Ellen Glasgow
It seemed to be a large animal of some kind and was coming slowly and stealthily towards them.The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists|Robert Tressell
Stealthily I clambered up, making not the least noise, and peeped over the rail.John Gayther's Garden and the Stories Told Therein|Frank R. Stockton