Definition of Sneakiest

1. Adjective. (superlative of sneaky) ¹

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Definition of Sneakiest

1. sneaky [adj] - See also: sneaky

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sneakiest

sneak up
sneak up on
sneakbox
sneakboxes
sneaked
sneaker
sneakered
sneakerhead
sneakerheads
sneakerlike
sneakernet
sneakers
sneakeup
sneakeups
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sneakiest
sneakily
sneakin'
sneakiness
sneakinesses
sneaking
sneaking(a)
sneaking suspicion
sneakingly
sneakingness
sneakish
sneaks
sneaksbies
sneaksby
sneaky

Literary usage of Sneakiest

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1. Cooking With the Baker Street Bunchby M. W. Paulson by M. W. Paulson (2006)
""Which is why I have come up with my sneakiest plan ever," Breanna said. ... "I guess we will have to use my second sneakiest plan. ..."

2. Merriam-Webster's Dictionary of English Usage by Inc. Merriam-Webster (1994)
"1986 The second construction is the sneakiest one. It is the one in which like introduces a clause from which the verb—and sometimes even more—has been ..."

3. Fraser's Magazine by Thomas Carlyle (1862)
"Yet doubtless there are persons to whom the sneakiest manner is agreeable : who enjoy the flattery and the humiliation of the wretched toady who is always ..."

4. Phemie Frost's Experiences by Ann Sophia Stephens (1874)
"What she said to him there I cannot tell, but by and by they came back to the hotel, the sneakiest-looking creatures you ever set your two eyes on. ..."

5. The Yankee in the British Zone by Ewen Cameron MacVeagh, Lee D. Brown (1920)
"One of the sneakiest, and from a military point of view, one of the least efficient customs of war that the Germans introduced was the setting of what Tommy ..."

6. With Walt Whitman in Camden by Horace Traubel (1908)
"It was the most cowardly and sneakiest thing to get hold of the letter—-use it—in that way. Look at that headline in The Press: 'The British Minister tells ..."

7. Famous Scouts, Including Trappers, Pioneers, and Soldiers of the Frontier by Charles Haven Ladd Johnston (1910)
""I've got a dog here," he cried, "which is the meanest, sneakiest, trickiest cur in all Kentucky. I call him Simon Girty, because he looks like you. ..."

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