A rogue ability in Word of Warcraft. This ability enables the rogue to sneak around enemies such as horde or game enemies. This gives the rogue to upper hand in the fight as it can stun lock the opponent but using Cheap Shot as the opening move.

However, if the rogue gets to close to a game enemy the enemy will sense it and attact. The chance of this happening can be decreased by using talent points. Also, if a player or enemy is a certain amount of levels higher than the rogue, it can be seen therefore making stealth useless.
A rogue stealths up to an unsuspecting enemy and stunlocks/ambushes it without it having time to react.
by 1337rogue November 30, 2005
To rape virgins
Timmy got so stealth last night...that girl Vicky was screaming like a wild cat.

Contrary to popular belief, the act of "stealthing" is not suave. In fact, it will probably wind you up in jail.
by Disc Jockey Jones November 09, 2008
to stealth (verb)
To steal, to borrow.
(to borrow)
friend: "Mate I hope you don't mind I stealthed your answers to the homework"

(to steal)
you: "I can't find my phone. Did someone stealth it?"
by BoiledLollies April 28, 2008
The Stealth R/T Turbo model is equipped with a 6-speed Getrag manual transmission, and a 3.0-liter DOHC twin turbocharged V6 engine with 320 horsepower.
Domestic guy - " Dam! that DSM just smoked my ass and im running spray in my Fbody..what a quick sonovabitch "
by Travis January 18, 2005
verb. To sneak around quietly and sneaky-like.
Me: I will stealth like a ninja!
by Izzabehr December 06, 2004
sweet, awesome, kick ass
"That was a stealth roll dude."
"That was a stealh pick up dude."
by Dan Blue October 02, 2003
this word is an adjective...(which means it discribes the way a person does something)
stealth: a way to aquire something by sneaking around
a useful way to steal
Tom skulks around stealthily in order to steal the cookies
by Sammy K. July 05, 2006

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