Discreet in a Sentence

Definition of Discreet

not attracting attention; being careful about what one says or does to avoid embarrassing or upsetting others

Use Discreet in a sentence

Hoping to avoid detection, the shoplifter tried to be discreet while walking through the store.

The married politician wanted to keep his affair discreet and hidden.

If you want to be discreet, do not drive a flashy car!

Because my mother loves to wear bright colors, she never makes a discreet arrival.

In hopes of being discreet, many celebrities wear sunglasses when out in public.

If I told you her secret, I would not be a very discreet person.

The spy was discreet while sneaking into the locked building.

Rather than risk being seen at the adult store, the famous actor decided to be discreet by sending an assistant to make his purchases.

Since my boss put a camera in our office, everyone has been acting discreet to avoid being noticed.

Although I tried to be discreet while cheating on the exam, Mrs. Keys still caught me.

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