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Sneak in   /snik ɪn/   Listen
Sneak in

verb
1.
Enter surreptitiously.  Synonym: creep in.  "In this essay, the author's personal feelings creep in"
2.
Insert casually.  Synonyms: insert, slip in, stick in.






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"Sneak in" Quotes from Famous Books



... with a whack. "I have it! A combination of gentleman artist and literary gent! 'The Mansion Homes of Jersey,' to illustrate a volume for the use of tourists—London and Southwestern Railway's enterprise. I'll sneak in and do the grand. You want a correct sketch and map of house and grounds, and the whole lay out?" Artist Blunt was delightfully interested in his Jersey ...
— A Fascinating Traitor • Richard Henry Savage

... football captain. "In fact, I was half of that mind when I left Tottenville to come here. But I was determined to find out the truth of the matter. Mr. Prescott, I'm very nearly as sorry as you can be, to have to bring you this evidence that you have a sneak in Gridley ...
— The High School Captain of the Team - Dick & Co. Leading the Athletic Vanguard • H. Irving Hancock



Words linked to "Sneak in" :   perforate, append, add, insert, creep in, slip in, penetrate, supply, spatchcock



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