from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Informal Secret; confidential.
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- adj. Secret, not spoken of (or spoken of only in hushed whispers between insiders).
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- adj. conducted with or marked by hidden aims or methods
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Sources close to Baba and O confirm that both talk-show divas are deep into hush-hush talks with Ms. Pippa-licious.
She referenced the World Bank's revised policy on access to information and explained that the institution has "gone from a hush-hush place to an era of openness" as a result of the adoption of such policies and standards.
Sometimes they even get me into the hush-hush private parties, where I get to schmooze with the big kids.
Getty Images Such a hush-hush approach might make sense were this a military campaign as the word cyberattack connotes.
It all leads to Wednesday's hush-hush finale episode, which marks the end of an era.
Torpey won't be seen as Jessica — that role is now played by Bree Williamson — but will play a different character, which the show has asked us to keep hush-hush.
"It's all very hush-hush, but we are talking about something that is likely happen in the next four to six weeks," a source said.
The story took a bit of a slow start on friday night, most of the plot being hush-hush, but with the fashion show and the drama, it ended big!
Maybe they should move along to the next hush-hush conspiracy: a vast majority of Democrats voted for Barack Obama in last year's election.
Ed Brubaker and Bryan Hitch collaborating on a hush-hush Marvel miniseries called Reborn?