acting in a furtive or underhand way.
deceitfully underhand, as actions; contemptible.
secret; not generally avowed, as a feeling, notion, suspicion, etc.
acting in a furtive or cowardly way
secret: a sneaking desire to marry a millionaire
slight but nagging (esp in the phrase a sneaking suspicion)
noun 1. a preview of a motion picture, often shown in addition to an announced film, in order to observe the reaction of the audience. sneak preview noun 1. a screening of a film at an unexpected time to test audience reaction before its release sneak preview An advance showing of something, as in It […]
noun 1. a burglar who sneaks into houses through open doors, windows, etc. noun 1. a person who steals paltry articles from premises, which he enters through open doors, windows, etc
adjective, sneakier, sneakiest. 1. like or suggestive of a sneak; furtive; deceitful. sneak
noun, Slang. 1. a homemade or inferior liquor or wine. sneakers