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stealth

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstealthstealth /stelθ/ noun [uncountable]  1 QUIETHIDE/MAKE IT HARD TO FIND OR SEEwhen you do something very quietly, slowly, or secretly, so that no one notices you Cats rely on stealth to catch their prey.2 (also Stealth) a system of making military aircraft that cannot be discovered by radar instrumentsstealth bomber/aircraft/fighter etc (=a plane made using this system)
Examples from the Corpus
stealthThe Air Force has made its radar-evading B-2 stealth bombers even harder to find in the air.stealth technologyA white sloop moved upriver in the dark, a little mystery of grace and stealth.This is another instance of the novelist promoting his dearest values by stealth.Much of its stealth comes from a design that minimises the chance of radar waves bouncing back the way they came.Newer stealth planes, including the B-2 bomber and the F-22, use the curve structure pioneered by Tacit Blue.There is more to the YF-22 than stealth.Liz ran, dragging Anna, their footsteps thundering; stealth would take too long.They would use stealth, lull me into thinking there was no danger.stealth bomber/aircraft/fighter etcThe Air Force has made its radar-evading B-2 stealth bombers even harder to find in the air.And Lockheed Martin now wants clearance to export the new F-22 stealth fighter.The Air Force intends the F-22 stealth fighter to be the grimmest perdition to darken the skies since mythological times.A new, all-but-invisible stealth fighter was no exception.
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