sneak out (of some place)

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sneak out (of some place)

To exit some place in a quiet, sneaky, inconspicuous, or furtive manner. I managed to sneak out of the room without the teacher noticing me. I'll have to wait until my parents are asleep before I can sneak out can come meet you.
See also: out, sneak

sneak out (of some place)

to go out of a place quietly and in secret. I sneaked out of the meeting, hoping no one would notice. Jamie saw me and sneaked out with me.
See also: out, sneak
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They were pupils at the nearby Good Shepherd Centre in Bishopton, Renfrewshire, and had apparently sneaked out of the centre shortly before 9pm.
But they apparently sneaked out of the centre shortly before 9pm and made their way to the nearby bridge before jumping to their deaths side-by-side.
And the tourists sneaked out of jail as Mark Milne made a hash of the easy conversion that would have turned him into a local hero.