To do something, usually forbidden, in a sly, sneaky manner.
They were thankful for the sunglasses. It enabled them to surreptitiously cast their joint gaze over Damina's ravishing body.
by Typus June 2, 2005
When something is obtained/done/made, by stealth/secrets.
"I've never been so surreptitious" (Panic!At The Disco-Theres a good reason these tables are numbered honey,You just havn't thought of it yet)
by Faye 'N' Rhi May 7, 2007
To do or try something sneakly, and without anyone or anything knowing, nor wanting to cause or attract attention or suspicion.
1. The officer surreptitiously smuggled the goods through.
2. He left the room surreptitiously.
3. She surreptitiously ran away from her boyfriend.
by Alan T. Fitch August 5, 2022
To do or try something in a sneakly way, to avoid attracting attention or suspicion, or being caught in the act of doing or trying it; without others knowing or being aware of it.
He surreptitiously left the room.
She surreptitiously ran away from her boyrfriend.
They surreptitiously smuggled the goods through.
by Alan T. Fitch August 29, 2022