Meaning of clandestinity in English:

clandestinity

Pronunciation /klandɛsˈtɪnɪti/

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noun

See clandestine

‘Even the most discrete of armadas might alter their plans and give hint to some clandestinity on our part.’
  • ‘These leaders have spent all their adult lives in the cocoon of isolation and paranoia that clandestinity generates.’
  • ‘‘My client appreciates clandestinity,’ the dealer said.’
  • ‘But what the company cannot be proud of is the air of clandestinity surrounding its operations.’
  • ‘The group emerged from clandestinity to lead the largest revolutionary mass movement in the country's history.’