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  • sneaky — 1833, from SNEAK (Cf. sneak) + Y (Cf. y) (2). Related: Sneakily; sneakiness. Sneaky Pete cheap liquor is from 1949 …   Etymology dictionary

  • Sneaky — Sneak y, n. Like a sneak; sneaking. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • sneaky — index covert, deceptive, evasive, fraudulent, furtive, lying, machiavellian, perfidious, sly …   Law dictionary

  • sneaky — [adj] underhanded, dishonest base, contemptible, cowardly, deceitful, devious, disingenuous, double dealing*, duplicitous, furtive, guileful, indirect, low, malicious, mean, nasty, recreant, secretive, shifty, slippery, sly, sneaking, snide,… …   New thesaurus

  • sneaky — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ furtive or sly. DERIVATIVES sneakily adverb sneakiness noun …   English terms dictionary

  • sneaky — [snē′kē] adj. sneakier, sneakiest of or like a sneak; underhanded sneakily adv. sneakiness n …   English World dictionary

  • sneaky — adj. (colloq.) sneaky of (that was sneaky of him) * * * [ sniːkɪ] (colloq.) sneaky of (that was sneaky of him) …   Combinatory dictionary

  • sneaky — [[t]sni͟ːki[/t]] sneakier, sneakiest ADJ GRADED (disapproval) If you describe someone as sneaky, you disapprove of them because they do things secretly rather than openly. [INFORMAL] It is a sneaky and underhand way of doing business... One kid… …   English dictionary

  • sneaky — UK [ˈsniːkɪ] / US [ˈsnɪkɪ] adjective Word forms sneaky : adjective sneaky comparative sneakier superlative sneakiest doing or saying things secretly, often in a dishonest or unfair way. This word shows that you dislike people and behaviour like… …   English dictionary

  • sneaky — mod. unfair and sly. □ That was a sneaky thing to do! □ Jerry is sneaky. Don’t trust him …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • sneaky — adjective (sneakier; est) Date: 1833 marked by stealth, furtiveness, or shiftiness < a sneaky trick > • sneakily adverb • sneakiness noun …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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