Webster's New World
Snuck is defined as having moved around or done something in a secret or dishonest way.
An example of snuck is a teenage girl who's climbed out of her bedroom window after her parents have gone to bed.
(chiefly North America) Simple past tense and past participle of sneak.
I snuck into the theater because the movie had already started.
Origin of Snuck
The irregular form snuck originated by analogy of struck for the past of strike. Snuck was originally limited to a few dialects, but is now very widespread (especially in American English) and is recognized by most dictionaries. The word is now one of the best examples of irregularization of a regular verb, along with dove.
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