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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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The third book in the "Everyday" series, "Sneakiest" is divided into science tricks, gadgets, and energy projects and simulations.
On the Republican side, the candidates scrapped over: 1) Who is the meanest, sneakiest, scumball of a campaigner, and 2) who is the most fervently opposed to Roe v.
But planners say agents are the most demanding for preem perks: They are "the worst, the sneakiest. They try every line in the book." Usually the heads of agencies will get a pair.
Perhaps Mamet's sneakiest trick in The Spanish Prisoner is to play by this rule, so that a highly questionable aspect of modem life is made to seem matter-of-fact.
Taylor III, the outgoing chair of the ABA Section of Criminal Justice: "Contrary to the popular view, the adversary process is not a no-holds-barred, winner-take-all contest in which the meanest and sneakiest lawyers are the most successful.
They may not keep the roughest, toughest, or sneakiest pests and predators away.
All potential bidders must have this animal, since it will undoubtedly be the meanest, sneakiest, fence-breakingest, foot-stepping-on-est, most downright dangerous animal they could turn loose on their unsuspecting families and neighbors.
WATFORD striker Troy Deeney has revealed one of the sneakiest tricks in football - he has had his testicles FLICKED by opponents.
DOCUMENTARY WORLD'S SNEAKIEST ANIMALS BBC2, 8pm WOULD an animal lie, cheat or steal to get their next meal?
'SNEAKY' ROAD CAMERA SMASHED A ROAD camera branded the "sneakiest" in Britain - clocking 1,500 drivers in its first week in Coventry - has fallen foul of vandals.
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.
These are marketing ploys of the sneakiest common denominator.
At worst, it may be the sneakiest trick yet to deprive the American public of its right to own firearms.