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sneaky Pete

slang Cheap, low-quality wine. Primarily heard in US. I can't drink sneaky Pete anymore, that stuff is disgusting! Is he drunk on sneaky Pete already?
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sneaky

mod. unfair and sly. Jerry is sneaky. Don’t trust him.
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Sneakier are barbecue and other tomato-based sauces that often are surprisingly high in sugar and salt, so be sure to read labels carefully.
He shows how railroads and shipping competed and handled gold rushes, booms and busts, how sneaky geographies and even sneakier local and national governments affected steam shipping, and how the ships tied the West together.
Perhaps foreigners are sneakier, craftier, or greedier.
However, it is difficult for spam filters that use optical character recognition technology to scan and read the text in the images--spammers are getting sneakier. They're sending pictures with textured backgrounds or various colors to throw off the filters.
Of course, industrial lights can be sneakier than the fixtures mom was used to--even lights you believe are off can find a way to steal energy dollars.
But what about when the betrayals get smaller, sneakier, stealthier?
If this situation continues, distributors will seek even sneakier ways to drop their adware--even joining forces with malware writers, as they have during 2006.
Plastic deformation can be one of the sneakier wear patterns to deal with.
The dictionary defines analogy as a) a similarity between two things; b) any comparison based on that similarity; and c) a "form of logical inference or an instance of it, based on the assumption that if two things are known to be alike in some respects, then they must be alike in other respects." (69) Analogy is closely related to metaphor and prototype, but the latter two may be easier to spot, making analogy sneakier and thus more insidious.
On a sneakier note, the survey showed a third of us use mobiles to conceal our true locations, more than quarter make up last minute excuses on their mobiles to avoid meetings and more than a fifth mislead a family member, partner or friend on the phone, lie to an employer or pretend they are working when they are not.
An even sneakier assault has been playing out in slow motion through the budget process.
Attorney prosecuting the case offered a deal: he told the lawyer that "he would not be interested in pressing th[e] case if the defendant was interested in going into the Army." (100) Poston's community analyst came up with an even sneakier way of enticing young men in camp into going along with the draft.
It may seem sneaky but, hey, cheating is way sneakier!
Theatre is this poor little art form that doesn't get much attention--so we're allowed to tell stories that are sneakier than people think.