sneak

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Verb[change]

Plain form
sneak

Third-person singular
sneaks

Past tense
sneaked

Past participle
sneaked

Present participle
sneaking

  1. An act where someone walks into a place quietly. Usually to avoid being noticed by other people of that place.
    The burgular sneaked into the room while we were sleeping and stole a bag of jeweleries.