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verb. ['ˈsniːk'] to go stealthily or furtively.
- stay in place
Rhymes with Sneak
How do you pronounce sneak?
Pronounce sneak as snik.
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Sentences with sneak
1. Verb, base form
Make sure the door is taught and your ferret cannot sneak out.
Quotes about sneak
1. I wouldn't wear turtlenecks. That I'm not envious of. But who knows? I might sneak out a few things and hope and pray that no one says, 'Hey, didn't you wear that when you were playing an enormous geek on TV?'
- Simon Helberg
2. My parents have always had a great sense of humor. And I really appreciate good humor in songs, witty lyrics that sneak up on you and then you listen again, and say: 'That's so funny.' John Prine's songs have always had this really witty tone.
- Kacey Musgraves
3. But if you don't watch me, I will try and sneak in some humor. I see humor everywhere in life around me.
- Marion Ross
verb. ['ˈsniːk'] put, bring, or take in a secretive or furtive manner.
noun. ['ˈsniːk'] someone who prowls or sneaks about; usually with unlawful intentions.
- fall back
- stand still
noun. ['ˈsniːk'] someone acting as an informer or decoy for the police.
- stool pigeon
noun. ['ˈsniːk'] a person who is regarded as underhanded and furtive and contemptible.
- unpleasant person
verb. ['ˈsniːk'] pass on stealthily.
- pass on
- turn over
- keep down
adjective. ['ˈsniːk'] marked by quiet and caution and secrecy; taking pains to avoid being observed.
verb. ['ˈsniːk'] make off with belongings of others.