[ US /ˈsnikɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /snˈiːkɪŋ/ ]
  1. not openly expressed
    a sneaking suspicion
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How To Use sneaking In A Sentence

  • Kids sneaking into and R-rated film and having to be kicked out after a few minutes by n usher is one thing, but when the parents are taking them is another. R-Rated Movies: How Young Is Too Young? « FirstShowing.net
  • Possibly one of the most important memories I have of learning about music as a teenager was me and my mate sneaking into his big brother's bedroom and putting on his records on his super quality hi-fi.
  • Without telling anyone, she would work out and kick her bod into shape, even if it meant sneaking in workouts before or after work.
  • I have a sneaking feeling though, that the only people who managed to get tickets at the correct prices were the agencies who now seem to be awash with them.
  • We have to invent a new method for sneaking prisoners out without being noticed by the guards.
  • a sneaking suspicion
  • But it's also just as much about sneaking, stealth, hiding, and disguising.
  • Personally, I must confess to a sneaking admiration for his acumen, if not for his artistic integrity, but I would not attempt to justify his methods.
  • His weapon of choice is a deadly flail and he doesn't balk at finishing off wounded soldiers - or at sneaking up on them and strangling them.
  • Even Englishmen who had some sneaking sympathy for the Stuart cause, you were to understand, must have flinched from its wild embodiment.
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