|act of looking secretly||peeking|
|abduct, remove secretly; invigorate, enliven, animate, alcoholic drink, alcoholic solution, attitude, disposition, distilled liquid, enthusiasm, group loyalty||spirit|
|abnormal accumulation, break through secretly, get in position to do harm, permeate fluid through a substance, penetrate, pass in or through; cause to permeate, cause pass in or through, something which permeates; something which passes through tissues...||infiltrate|
|act of importing or exporting illegally; act of bringing in or taking out secretly||smuggling|
|act of omitting something, act of skipping; bounce, spring, jump; act of passing over something, omission, exclusion, be skipper of, deal with cursorily, jump repeatedly over circling rope, leave somewhere secretly, move forward in a series of light ju...||skip|
|act of replacing seeds or vegetation into soil; act of secretly reinserting a spy or surveillance device; reestablishment; act of placing again, act of putting again||replantation|
|act of secretly creeping up on (someone) (Archaic)||obreption|
|act of secretly running away for the purpose of being married||elopement|
|act of working for a government as a spy; act of secretly investigating and gathering information about other people; seeing, observing||spying|
|activity undermining government, overthrow of something, sedition, subversion, systematic undermining of a government secretly from within; state of being overthrown||subversion|
|almost, nearly; strictly, rigidly, carefully and thoroughly, in a very similar way, intimately, secretly, so as to be near||closely|
|approach secretly, arrive unexpectedly||sneak up on|
|avoid, evade, dodge; flee secretly, leave discreetly and hide oneself, escape, run away||abscond|
|below the shoulder, secret and dishonest, secretly and dishonestly, underarm, with the arm below the shoulder||underhand|
|bottom of gun carriage, carry weapon in low position, decorate something by drizzling liquid clay, drag something or be dragged, drape, fall behind in athletic competition, follow somebody secretly, follow; drag, tow, lag, make track, marks where someb...||trail|
|break up camp; leave quickly and abruptly; abscond, leave a camp, suddenly or secretly leave||decamp|
|breathe words voicelessly, faint hint, rumor, rustle softly, rustling sound, soft speaking; something spoken softly; murmuring sound; rumor, gossip; trace, something said in soft voice, speak or suggest something secretly, speak softly; rustle; gossip;...||whisper|
|brief talk, crouch, crowd together, gather together; snuggle; consult together secretly; gather into a group to receive playing instructions (Football), gather tightly together, gather to plan play, gathering of football players, small cluster of peopl...||huddle|
|bring into a country illegally, import or export illegally; bring in or take out secretly, take or bring secretly||smuggle|
|clandestine, concealed, spying, secretly gathering information||undercover|
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