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sneaked

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sneaked

  1. simple past tense and past participle of sneak
    • 1986, Patrick F. McManus, The Grasshopper Trap, p152
      In addition to my sneaked food, Eddit had sneaked a chunk of roast beef, a slice of fried ham, three wieners, some cheese, an onion, several quart jars of fruit, a jar of dill pickles, and a jar of canned rabbit.
    • 1992, John Grisham, The Pelican Brief, p275
      The restaurant opened at six, and he sneaked down for coffee, then sneaked back to his room.
    • 1994, Robert Jordan, Lord of Chaos, p235
      "I sneaked up and listened," Nynaeve said levelly.

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