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sneak

sneak

 
 
pronunciation:
snik
parts of speech:
verb, noun
part of speech: verb
inflections: sneaked, sneaking, sneaks, snuck
definition 1: to move quietly and in a sly way.
The burglar was sneaking through the house.
synonyms:
prowl, tiptoe
similar words:
creep, lurk, slide, slip
definition 2: to move, put, bring, or take in a secret or sly manner.
They sneaked a peek at the papers on the desk.He tried to sneak another piece of cake.
synonyms:
steal
similar words:
palm, slip, smuggle, spirit
 
part of speech: noun
definition: a person who is cowardly, dishonest, or sly; someone who is not worthy of being trusted.
That sneak broke a window and lied about it.