Hush-hush



[huhsh-huhsh] /ˈhʌʃˌhʌʃ/

adjective
1.
highly secret or confidential:
a hush-hush political investigation.
adjective
1.
(informal) (esp of official work, documents, etc) secret; confidential

adjective

Very secret; classified: a hush-hush border meeting

noun

: Why all the hush-hush about Walden? (1916+)

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