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3.
Discreet is a term used by gay men in online profiles, usually along with the phrase "can't host." These words can often be used interchangeably, but using them together is a definite sign of an insecure douche. Discreet and "can't host" usually mean one of the following:
a). My boyfriend doesn't know I am cheating on him.
b). My girlfriend/wife doesn't know I like to have sex with men.
c). I'm embarrassed of who I am, and I don't want my neighbors to find out I'm gay.
"Looking for NSA fun. Discreet only. Can't host."

"We can meet for sex, but you have to be discreet. If you see me in public, walk on the other side of the street."

"I'm a very private person, so when we meet for sex we have to be discreet. You'll have to sneak in through the basement at 4PM and leave before 5PM."
by JDnyc September 27, 2012
 
1.
Adjective describing a sexual encounter, with the intent of keeping said encounter a secret. Often used by married men when soliciting sexual activities from women other than their wives.
Joe wanted to cheat on his wife, so he asked a girl on the internet if she was interested in something discreet.
by Linda Harper August 23, 2004
 
2.
A word gay/bi men use to describe themselves in a cool way that they are closet cases and have no intention of coming out soon. This allows them to maintain perceived heterosexual privilege while engaging in their true sexual desires.
"Are you out?"
"No, I'm totally discreet man. I got a girl...she can't know about this."
"Ah, ok I guess I'll keep looking."
"Not into flamers anyway."
"Who says I'm a flamer just because I'm out?"
"Most are."
"Stereotype. You should really come out man."
by Blueiris May 03, 2009
 
4.
A delicate issue (mostly emotional )that need to be approached with care and great consideration...
Abdullah discreetly told to Leeroy that his dog was ran over...
by mosku June 10, 2005
 
5.
this street; the road I travel.
"So I's walkin' down DISCREET when ... Niggacadabra !! A whole book of gift coupons from Popeye's just fell from the skies right be fo my eyes!"
by Chingo Bolamongo October 10, 2006