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sneaks

n. sneakers. She wore red sneaks and a mini.
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He was half starved; he was an Englishman lost in a strange country, without a friend to help him; his only chance of getting home was to sneak into the hold of an English vessel -- and he had sneaked in, accordingly, at Hong-Kong, two days since.
You lying yellow sneak, before I put a bullet in you.
He was a sneak and a thief, a mischief-maker, a fomenter of trouble; and irate squaws told him to his face, the while he eyed them alert and ready to dodge any quick-flung missile, that he was a wolf and worthless and bound to come to an evil end.
Snouter the Sneak," replied the Object, with ready invention; "pick-pocket.
And by-the-by,' cried he, as I was leaving the room, 'you'd better tell that d-d old sneak of a nurse to keep out of my way for a day or two; I'd pay her her wages and send her packing to-morrow, but I know she'd do more mischief out of the house than in it.
When he had trussed Tarzan securely, Bukawai went back into the corridor, driving the hyenas ahead of him, and pulling across the opening a lattice of laced branches, which shut the pit from the cave during the night that Bukawai might sleep in security, for then the hyenas were penned in the crater that they might not sneak upon a sleeping Bukawai in the darkness.
Why, that little sneak, Arthur's," replied Williams.
There, you young sneak," said he, giving Arthur a cuff on the head with his other hand; "what made you say that--"
Twa'n't about me, an' 'twa'n't sneak listenin'," bridled Jimmy.
You're the boy, sir,' added John, collaring with one band, and aiding the effect of a farewell bow to the visitor with the other, 'that wants to sneak into houses, and stir up differences between noble gentlemen and their sons, are you, eh?
Kicking-off September 6th at 7:30pm and 11:00pm is KTLA-TV's broadcast of "Los Angeles Times Fall Movie Sneaks," a half-hour special co-hosted by the network's award-winning entertainment reporter Sam Rubin and ReelzChannel's Jill Simonian and produced by ReelzChannel.
Disguised as a boy, Hannah sneaks out of the Gage's household to ride Promise through Boston Common when she can, even when the British troops are camping there.
BUSTED: Kate catches up on her life, with the Daily Mirror, and Russell sneaks out
QB sneaks are common in this situation, especially if the ball is butted up against the goal line.