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- v. To enter without being noticed
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. enter surreptitiously
- v. insert casually
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Brandel and Telemain can go to the front door and distract them while you and I sneak in through the back and grab the sword.
He took it for a trick of old Pat's training, tried to sneak in a short-arm jolt, found his arm in a lightning lock, and had both his ears cuffed for his pains.
Anyway, my pa and this no-count Chickasaw got drunk together one night, and went down the Bailey plantation thinkin to sneak in the henhouse, you take my meanin.
Plus, some twerp GTT pledge tried to sneak in and steal my bathing suit for like, the third time this month.
Tried to sneak in on the quiet, but the fellows knew when he left New York, an 'kept track of him all the way acrost.
Manelli and that U.S. marshal do, but we can sneak in through the construction site.
Metria did sneak in a snuggle, though Goody was sure Vore had not done so with Gwenny.
Rather reluctantly William got out of his rich-kid costume, and the rest of that day passed pretty much the same as before, except that William and Jancy managed to sneak in a few minutes of secret planning now and then.
There was a bell on the door frame to the right, in case anyone somehow managed to sneak in the front door without Ms. Torrance turning on them like a hungry rottweiler.