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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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DOCUMENTARY WORLD'S SNEAKIEST ANIMALS BBC2, 8pm WOULD an animal lie, cheat or steal to get their next meal?
In its own way, such grotesque arrogance from Wenger and Ferguson brings football into disrepute every bit as much as the sneakiest bung or the most savage tackle.
What makes "The Sneakiest Pirates" unique is that Dalton James, its author and illustrator, is a bright, active, and precocious seven year old boy.
Parody is the sneakiest form of flattery," proclaims the Comedy Sage of Calderstones.
We have come to view the old enemy as cynical wind-up merchants - the hardest, nastiest, sneakiest outfit in world football.
These are marketing ploys of the sneakiest common denominator.
Liverpool fans are the most passionate, according to search engine Bing, while Chelsea's are the sneakiest at checking updates.
Their sneakiest trick, though, was showing a "coming up" clip featuring a tearful little girl that appeared to suggest this was the result of her being forced into being her evil mum's plaything.
A ROAD camera in Coventry dubbed "the sneakiest in Britain" has been removed after being vandalised.
TRANMERE ROVERS snatched the sneakiest three points of their season at Plymouth Argyle's expense at Prenton Park in November but they did not use up a crumb of good fortune in completing a Devon double on Saturday.
The first punch, an update for their own webOS operating system, restored the syncing ability - and in what looks like the sneakiest of ways.
Marija, of Broad Lane, Coventry, a customer liaison officer with the City College, said: "He is the cheekiest, sneakiest dog I know.
DAY One at The Games (C4, nightly) and competition is fierce in the toughest event of them all: Which cameraman can land the sneakiest shot of Kirsty Gallagher's jubblies?