Variant of sneak
- to move quietly and stealthily so as to avoid being seen or heard; go furtively
- to be a sneak; behave in a stealthy, underhanded, or cowardly manner
Origin: prob. from Old English an unverified form snecan, akin to snican, to crawl: for Indo-European base see snail
- a person who sneaks; stealthy, underhanded, contemptible person
- an act of sneaking
- ☆ sneaker
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