How to use Sneak-out in a sentence

sneak-out
  • To her relief, she still had a few hours to sneak out and make it to the airport.

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  • Even though teens will do things like break curfew or sneak out at night, continue to enforce your rules as a caring parent.

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  • We weren't sure he wasn't followed or something—we whispered like a couple of kids and couldn't wait to sneak out of there.

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  • We weren't sure he wasn't followed or something—we whispered like a couple of kids and couldn't wait to sneak out of there.

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  • Teenagers want to have their first kiss and sneak out of the house before they have to grow up into adults and choose their life's aspiration.

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  • I assume that is because we would sneak out to the grocery store for a snack right after our weigh-in!

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  • Sure, he was insensitive, but how many sixteen year olds sneak out to drink?

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  • Resist the urge to make crank calls or sneak out.

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