I don't think a draw ever feels like a win but we worked extremely hard to sneak away
I used to sneak away
on the real hot days and chill out in it.
The Haverfordwest- born fop, whose parents were from Newport, says: 'We do sneak away
for weekends now and again.
Although Reynolds' roommate and AA support bully, Herman managed to sneak away
for a couple of drinks with the real men.
Some are similar to their modern definitions: Abscond once meant to be hidden rather than to actively sneak away
The plan worked in this instance, since I was unable to sneak away
to meet the only person in Riyadh or Jeddah who, according to my Human Rights Watch contact, was willing to speak on the record criticizing the regime.
Best place to sneak away
for an afternoon (with a cooler and perhaps a friend, a fly rod, or a good book):
Later he would sneak away
from his Catholic college in the Bronx to go to the opera.
Growing up outside Boston, a young Petgrave would sneak away
to Logan Airport to watch helicopters take off and land.
I am my guest why deny it but at times I am also a stranger to myself when my unmannered host looks at me I begin to feel gratuitous and I sneak away
While Carla goes off to her stepdad "George's funeral - even though she 'ated his guts, most of the time I'd 'ave happily danced on his grave" - Peter and Tina sneak away
to a posh hotel.
The children in my care regularly try to pinch any treats from my bag and sneak away
with my water bottle.
He's actually working as a waiter in London at weekends, and had to sneak away
from serving guests when I called him up.
Bessie was expected by her father to marry Sir Walter Blackett, 50 years her senior, but she and Scott planned to run away to Scotland and get married, and arranged for ladders to be propped up against Surtees House so they could sneak away