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  • n. Plural form of sneak.


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  • I've read so much feminist theory that occasionally if I am having a glass of wine while revisioning a Smart Set column, the word sneaks in there.

    Blog of a Bookslut

  • Second-if he hadn't ticked off the JFAC people enough by calling them "sneaks" - Otter threatened to veto the appropriations bills on his desk.

    NewWest.Net All Headlines

  • Because if I’m not distracted for even a minute, my brain sneaks in thoughts I’d rather leave behind.

    January « 2009 «

  • The moral dilemma sneaks up on you, then slaps you in the face and leaves you wondering, "How did she do that?"

    NPR Topics: News

  • She knows that that if she hangs out with Kevin, she gets photographed with Larry Birkhead, she kind of sneaks off to his room and does little shenanigans in Vegas.

    CNN Transcript Jan 2, 2008

  • So, how do you treat someone who "sneaks" onto a resort then falls victim to the resort's negligence?

    This Garbage Dump Looks Like As Good a Place as Any

  • It ` s one of those things that kind of sneaks up on you.

    CNN Transcript Sep 7, 2005

  • One of the zoo keepers says too, Anderson, he apparently kind of sneaks and hides them just like a kid would with their parents.

    CNN Transcript Apr 22, 2005

  • But through long years of being with English mistresses she had come to the conclusion that they were right about 'sneaks'.

    Summer Term At St Clare's

  • She wore "sneaks" to-day instead of high boots, and she kicked them off without unlacing them.

    Cap'n Abe, Storekeeper


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