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surreptitious
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Atlas Shrugged
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  • She noticed another person who was intensely aware of Galt’s presence: Hugh Akston glanced up at him once in a while, involuntarily, almost surreptitiously, as if struggling not to confess the loneliness of a long separation.
  • She noticed the occasional, surreptitious glances that people were throwing in their direction.
  • Cherryl unlocked the door and slipped in quietly, almost surreptitiously, as if hoping not to be seen or to see the place which was her home.
  • The rest of them were trying to do it surreptitiously, each attempting to catch a glimpse of the others without letting them catch his own glance.

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  • She stole a surreptitious glance at him.
  • a surreptitious glance at the clock

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