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  • What will she think of me sneaking away like this without a word? Cited from The Iron Game, by Henry Francis Keenan
  • Then we all sneaked up to him and got our first look at the town. Cited from The Boss of the Lazy Y, by Charles Alden Seltzer
  • I sneaked up ever so close and was nearly beside it, when say! Cited from Moonbeams From the Larger Lunacy, by S.Leacock
  • I believe the old boy has a sneaking good-will towards me. Cited from Wandering Heath, by Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
  • He made eye contact with her and kept sneaking over to see her.
  • However, she sneaks away before he can find out who she is or where she lives.
  • I sneaked in after he went off and what d'you think it was? Cited from Amanda, by Anna Balmer Myers
  • He instead uses his library card to force open a door and sneak inside.
  • I sneaked a look now and then up into the grand stand. Cited from The Redheaded Outfield, by Zane Grey
  • One of the children told me that two women had sneaked up here with my little boy. Cited from Dramatic Works of Gerhart Hauptmann, v2, Hauptmann
  • Another man sneaked up behind him and cut off his head.
  • He would sneak into the studio to see what was going on.
  • They came here, sneaked in on him, and took him away before he could get help. Cited from Tom Swift & his Air Glider, by Victor Appleton
  • Suppose she was your girl, and some one was sneaking her away from you. Cited from Cinderella, by Richard Harding Davis
  • We began to have a sneaking idea that the bear had all been killed off. Cited from Hunting with the Bow and Arrow, by Saxton Pope
  • She follows him inside and then sneaks around until she finds him.
  • Then I sneaked him up to his room and left him to change his clothes. Cited from Back to the Woods, by Hugh McHugh [Pseud. of George V. Hobart]
  • It was this last that the lieutenant of police thought when he saw us sneaking. Cited from Brown Wolf and Other Jack London Stories, by Jack London
  • I watched my chance and sneaked back to camp to get a gun. Cited from A Woman Tenderfoot,byGrace Gallatin Seton-Thompson
  • Suddenly the fact that he was sneaking away struck him like a blow. Cited from Don Strong, Patrol Leader, by William Heyliger
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Meaning of sneak

  • noun A person who is regarded as underhanded and furtive and contemptible
  • verb To go stealthily or furtively
    ..stead of sneaking around spying on the neighbor's house
  • verb Put, bring, or take in a secretive or furtive manner
    sneak a look, sneak a cigarette