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What is the past tense of sneak?

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The past tense of sneak is sneaked or snuck (Canada).

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of sneak is sneaks.

The present participle of sneak is sneaking.

The past participle of sneak is sneaked or snuck (Canada).

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When he sneaked a glimpse of his body in a fly-spotted mirror, Sam saw a hawk-nosed, dusty-haired, broad-shouldered man in his early sixties.
The Italians, including some of the world's wealthiest players, were pelted with tomatoes when they sneaked back home on a midnight flight.
It would be twice today that this person had invaded her personal space and sneaked up on her.
A drink I could sip at a bar like a real alcoholic broad and not some conniving college student who snuck in.
Are these the alleyways you snuck through to go skinny-dipping with Johnny?
She snuck a glance in the direction of the bar but Nathan was busy ordering their drinks.

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