sneak in(to some place)

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sneak in(to some place)

To enter some place in a quiet, sneaky, inconspicuous, or furtive manner. The burglar snuck in without making a sound. Marty came sneaking into the classroom, late as usual.
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sneak in(to some place)

to enter a place quietly and in secret, perhaps without a ticket or permission. The kids tried to sneak into the rock concert, but they were stopped by the guards. Never try to sneak in. Sometimes they arrest you for trespassing.
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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.
A post on the hotel's social media page read: "Absolutely disgusted and saddened to find that some lowlife would sneak into the bar whilst we were serving breakfasts, break open a charity box and steal over PS100."
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Here's what you're saying on Facebook: | I remember trying to sneak into lessons I shouldn't have been in, only succeeded once.
Hilla / NINA / - A force of the popular crowd arrested an armed man carrying explosives trying to sneak into a site belonging to the popular crowd, north of Babylon.
In another (https://youtu.be/VEYXuMdk_MI) sneak peek , Bryan and Santana sneak into an abandoned building and find the man they're looking for.
Jeddah: Irfan MohammedSecurity forces across the Kingdom are on an alert mode and have arrested hundreds of unauthorized pilgrims and sent back thousands who tried to sneak into the holy city of Makkah to perform Haj without permits.
Terrorists killed in Aleppo and its countryside A military source told SANA that the army units foiled terrorists' attempt to sneak into the safe areas in Salah-Eddin neighborhood from al-Khudour street in Aleppo city and killed 7 terrorists, while other army units foiled terrorists' attempt to sneak into the vegetable market in al-Ashrafyeh neighborhood, inflicting heavy looses upon them.
Detective Superintendent Heather Pearson, who heads North Yorkshire Police's burglary crackdown, Operation Haven, said: "It takes seconds to lock your doors and secure your outbuildings, just as it takes seconds for a thief to sneak into your property and take whatever they can lay their hands on.
He is meant to encourage groupies to sneak into his room, not stomp off to his tour bus in a huff.
Then righteous citizens can sneak into Parliament unseen and listen to dirty deals being done behind the scenes or into number 10 itself and find out what the cabinet really thinks of the electorate.
Woods was able to sneak into his ex's home by doing some fast-talking with the household staff.
The Maxi has a low profile and side mounted operator seat allowing it to sneak into a yard through gates and sneak out again with a minimal footprint.
TWO gangs of refugees fought a vicious battle after both were foiled trying to sneak into Britain.
Learning more about DAF could offer new ways to stop CVBs and related viruses from using it to sneak into cells, Bergelson adds.