sneak


sneak
01. My sister and I tried to [sneak] into the room where my parents were wrapping our Christmas presents, but they saw us, and sent us back to bed.
02. My brother and I [snuck] out of our house at night, and went and raided my neighbor's cherry tree.
03. We went to the movie, and were able to [sneak] into a second film without paying.
04. A group of teenagers were found trying to [sneak] alcohol into the high school dance.
05. We [snuck] out of class to go to the beach yesterday.
06. She's a [sneaky] lying person, and you shouldn't trust her.
07. Call the police! Some guy has been [sneaking] around the house looking in the windows.
08. My neighbor's son is a [sneaky] little kid who is always getting into trouble.
09. The students were totally bored, and kept [sneaking] a look at their watches to see how much more time was left.
10. Don't be such a [sneak]! If you want some cookies, just ask for them, but don't go stealing them like that.
11. John Barrymore once observed that happiness [sneaks] through a door you didn't know that you left open.
12. We [snuck] into the kitchen to eat the last of the pizza from the party after my parents had gone to bed.
13. My little brother keeps [sneaking] into my bedroom to take my comic books when I'm not there.
14. The young boy [snuck] up behind his friend and then hit him with a water balloon.
15. Don't let him see what you're doing; he's a [sneak] and he'll tell the teacher.
16. Gloria is such a [sneak]! She told my secret to everyone.
17. Don't be a [sneak]. If you want a cookie, just ask for it instead of stealing them behind my back.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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