stealth (n.)
stealing away, furtive journey, clandestine act
KL I.ii.11[Edmund alone] the lusty stealth of nature
MM I.ii.153[Claudio to Lucio, of himself and Juliet] The stealth of our most mutual entertainment
MND III.ii.310[Helena to Hermia, of Demetrius] I told him of your stealth unto this wood
Sonn.77.7[] Thou by thy dial's shady stealth mayst know / Time's thievish progress to eternity
TN I.v.286[Olivia alone, of Viola as Cesario] I feel this youth's perfections, / With an invisible and subtle stealth, / To creep in at mine eyes
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