How to use Sneaking in a sentence

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  • Now I know why you came sneaking out here.

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  • It was Shipton sneaking in.

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  • There was no sneaking in with a butler and maid waiting at the door.

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  • Every time I turn around, someone is sneaking into someone else's bed!

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  • Can you picture Gladys sneaking anywhere?

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  • They're meant for simple navigational tasks in the dark, like sneaking off to the kitchen for a midnight snack without waking anyone or stubbing your toe.

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  • Most times you'll find yourself shooting fruit out of trees or sneaking up on wildlife.

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  • This lying or sneaking is not the worst of the problem.

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  • The first time this happened, I thought it was someone sneaking up on me!Music soundtrack is subtle, but appropriately dark and ominous.

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  • Covert antisocial behaviors in early childhood may include noncompliance, sneaking, lying, or secretly destroying another's property.

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  • You actually catch your mate sneaking out of the house.

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  • Sneaking around trying to determine if your partner is cheating could backfire on you if he is not cheating.

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  • The urgent need to shower after coming home could mean that your partner doesn't want you to smell the cologne or perfume the person he or she is sneaking around with is wearing.

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  • Whether you're sneaking off and having sex at the office or having an affair, it's going to affect your focus and concentration.

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  • Psycho (1960) - This Alfred Hitchcock classic features a motel owner sneaking in to kill a guest as she showers.

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  • Sneaking up on him as he slept, she discovered his true beautiful God-form but tragically broke their bond causing Eros to flutter away.

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  • Wear a bodysuit with a covered zipper to prevent snow from sneaking inside your suit when you're trekking in winter.

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  • A gal in perfume sneaking her Marlboro remembered seeing it.

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  • Sneaking into their bedroom, she grabbed some clothes and then dressed in the kitchen.

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  • She hadn't intended not to return to Wynn's, but the idea of keeping him safe, too, made her feel a little less guilty about sneaking out on him.

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  • He can't expect to keep sneaking up to visit her indefinitely and hope to get away with it.

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  • He considered sneaking out the back door but it was still early and the look on Rita's face told him he'd better behave.

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  • I don't need a pissed Watcher or Other sneaking up on me.

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  • I wasn't happy we we're sneaking into police work but Howie's credibility was vital.

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  • I suppose if she were mad enough at him, she might kill him but I could visualize her whacking him over the head with a library book more than sneaking up to the ice park and cutting his rope—and then going to the trouble to blame it on me.

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  • A half dozen workers whose desks were in sight of their superior all pretended unsuccessfully to act busy while sneaking peeks at the stranger.

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  • Or sneaking admiration for their greater freedom to say exactly what they think?

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  • A pale gleam in a far corner reflected the light sneaking in under the rafters.

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  • The impeccably mannered Olsdal has an equally polite Japanese male stalker; Hewitt gets women sneaking into his hall way at regular intervals.

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  • Improbable and the National Theater of Scotland present A musical Pandemonium There are sneaking, creeping, crumpling noises coming from inside the walls.

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  • I have a sneaking suspicion she would have been up for all three!

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  • I have a sneaking suspicion she would have been up for all three !

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  • I have always had a sneaking sympathy for the pig, so long as he can be bred to live as long as Socrates.

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  • I have a sneaking feeling that I might have an allergy to beer.

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  • The same cannot be said for QinetiQ, who spent hours trying to find a way of sneaking out of the site.

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  • But no, they do it in a sneaking, underhand, surreptitious, secret manner.

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  • I have the sneaking suspicion that most Sudoku addicts have wondered what it takes to actually create one of these teasing puzzles.

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  • Cats typically do not drink a lot of water, so sneaking in more moisture may help with issues like constipation.

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  • Like smoking cigarettes or experimenting with drugs, sneaking alcohol behind parents' backs is another way teens want to establish their independence and test boundaries.

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  • That means not sneaking treats or piling on the calories on the weekend.

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  • The song is written, of course, about an unfaithful woman and the guilt she is going to feel after sneaking around behind her husband's back.

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  • She was not a faithful girlfriend; after her split from Hef, she admitted to sneaking out of the mansion for a few flings.

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  • We had always teetered on the edge, Martha and me, even as young children, playing you-show-me-yours-I'll-show-you-mine and sneaking to places forbidden.

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  • Making sure she's not sneaking up behind me to kill me, Xander said and removed his cell from his jeans.

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