Definition of Sneaked

1. Verb. (past of sneak) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Sneaked

1. sneak [v] - See also: sneak

Lexicographical Neighbors of Sneaked

snazzy
sneads
sneak
sneak(a)
sneak away
sneak in
sneak off
sneak out
sneak peek
sneak preview
sneak thief
sneak up
sneak up on
sneakbox
sneakboxes
sneaked (current term)
sneaker
sneakered
sneakerhead
sneakerheads
sneakerlike
sneakernet
sneakers
sneakeup
sneakeups
sneakier
sneakiest
sneakily
sneakin'
sneakiness

Literary usage of Sneaked

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Gossip: Or, Scraps of Manuscripts and Facetiæ, Laconica Et Lyrica, Being (1849)
"The suitors feline dropped their tails and sneaked out of court. So have I seen in London Courts of Law The beaten plaintiff drop his nether jaw. ..."

2. The Historical Magazine (1859)
"At tho middle of the night the enemy sneaked off and put their backsides to the sound near Elizabethtown. Our loss was one ensign killed, ..."

3. Chronicles from the Diary of a War Prisoner in Andersonville and Other by John Worrell Northrop (1904)
"He sneaked off to keep from being clubbed by their muskets. Officers hearing the row ascertained the cause, reprimanded him and told the men they did right. ..."

4. The Political Text-book, Or Encyclopedia: Containing Everything Necessary by Michael W. Cluskey (1857)
"We gladly took them (the Whigs) in exchange for the renegade Democrats, who sneaked from their former friends, and took a test oath in the secrecy of the ..."

5. The Political Text-book, Or Encyclopedia: Containing Everything Necessary by Michael W. Cluskey (1860)
"We gladly took them (the Whigs) in exchange for the renegade Democrats, who sneaked from their former friends, and took a test oath in the secrecy of the ..."

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