- v. Simple past tense and past participle of sneak.
“He planned to escape, and one night ten Malaita boys and one boy from San Cristoval sneaked from the barracks and dragged one of the whale boats down to the beach.”
“The other low-ranked senior level skaters with no chance at a national title sneaked furtive glances in my direction.”
“Penn State's defense then forced an Ohio State punt, and Royster promptly went for 3, 10 and 9 yards on his first three carries before Devlin sneaked for a first down at the Ohio State 24.”
“Eric Perrin sneaked in to poke the puck away, and it skidded right in front of the unguarded net to Pascal Dupuis.”
“Five players later, Austin sneaked in from inside the one to put Arizona back on top 14-10 with 2: 01 remaining until halftime”
“After Semin sneaked a shot between Lundqvist's legs to tie it, the Rangers struck back.”
“At least, my name sneaked into Matt Withers piece on Nick Bourne in today's Wales on Sunday”
“At least, my name sneaked into Matt Withers piece on Nick Bourne in today's Wales on Sunday - even if Matt was trying to stir things between me and Nick by implying that we don't see 'eye to eye' on the 'Rainbow Coalition' stuff I've been banging on about.”
“From behind the net, Steve Rucchin sneaked the puck past Potvin to Jason Krog, who banged it into an open net from in front at”
“He planned the escape, and one night ten Malaita boys and one boy from San Cristoval sneaked from the barracks and dragged one of the whale-boats down to the beach.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘sneaked’.
All these terms have a (different) American English equivalent. Wonder if you can identify them?
Meant to be added to the word 'in' example 'burst in'
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