verb (used without object), sneaked or snuck, sneaking.
to go in a stealthy or furtive manner; slink; skulk.
to act in a furtive or underhand way.
British Informal. to tattle; inform.
verb (used with object), sneaked or snuck, sneaking.
to move, put, pass, etc., in a stealthy or furtive manner:
He sneaked the gun into his pocket.
to do, take, or enjoy hurriedly or surreptitiously:
to sneak a cigarette.
a sneaking, underhand, or contemptible person.
Informal. a stealthy or furtive departure.
British Informal. tattletale; informer.
sneaker (def 1).
Informal. a sneak preview.
Cards. the lead of a singleton in a suit other than the trump suit, as in whist.
(intransitive; often foll by along, off, in, etc) to move furtively
(intransitive) to behave in a cowardly or underhand manner
(transitive) to bring, take, or put stealthily
(intransitive) (informal, mainly Brit) to tell tales (esp in schools)
(transitive) (informal) to steal
(intransitive; foll by off, out, away, etc) (informal) to leave unobtrusively
a person who acts in an underhand or cowardly manner, esp as an informer
a stealthy act or movement
(as modifier): a sneak attack
(Brit, informal) an unobtrusive departure
snazz something up
noun 1. a high or low shoe, usually of fabric such as canvas, with a rubber or synthetic sole. 2. one who sneaks; a sneak.
noun 1. Facetious. the transfer of electronic information by carrying the storage medium, especially a floppy disk, from one computer to another. /snee’ker-net/ Term used (generally with ironic intent) for transfer of electronic information by physically carrying tape, disks, or other media from one machine to another. “Never underestimate the bandwidth of a station wagon […]
adjective, sneakier, sneakiest. 1. like or suggestive of a sneak; furtive; deceitful. sneak
adjective 1. acting in a furtive or underhand way. 2. deceitfully underhand, as actions; contemptible. 3. secret; not generally avowed, as a feeling, notion, suspicion, etc. verb (used without object), sneaked or snuck, sneaking. 1. to go in a stealthy or furtive manner; slink; skulk. 2. to act in a furtive or underhand way. 3. […]