A person who hides aboard a ship or other conveyance in order to obtain free passage.(noun)
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Use "stowaway" in a sentence
"Dressed as a dead man in a giant's suit, the golem escapes the country in a coffin, keeping alive hope -- and a 19-year-old stowaway from the Germans."
"A few hours later, after being interrogated by the ships security officer to whom she said nothing, and officially identified as a stowaway, Courtney found herself alone in a hospital-like room toward the stern of the ship."
"He'd had to make a drastic change in his estimate of the situation the instant he saw that the stowaway was a girl."