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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 proposal was one of the sneakiest jobs I've ever seen.
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.
Just when you think you might be the sneakiest hunter on the planet, a loud, chattering scolding comes from the canopy above.
Gordon Brown's fingerprints are all over the doubling of council tax bills under Labour, making it his sneakiest stealth tax.
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We have come to view the old enemy as cynical wind-up merchants - the hardest, nastiest, sneakiest outfit in world football.
Of all the cancers that afflict human beings, lung cancer may be the sneakiest and least comprehensible.
These are marketing ploys of the sneakiest common denominator.
In the messiest room of our house, beneath a pile of stolen cereal box prizes, lurks the meanest, sneakiest, most ferocious creature that ever roamed the earth.
The sneakiest example occurs when the Knight thinks he is confessing to a Father and tells all, including some razzle-dazzle chess moves he plans to use.
Using the business world's sneakiest marketing weapon; the commercial equivalent of the Trojan Horse - Corporate Social Responsibility - business is able to drum up new customers at the most impressionable age and be thanked, at the same time, for being 'so caring'.
Contrast that to the way speed cameras are so often craftily hidden away, like the one on the edge of Greenfield, Flintshire, rightly branded the sneakiest speed cam in Britain.
Could we bring together the smartest 15 year olds, the most influential business people, the most out outrageous writers and filmmakers, the sneakiest bureaucrats, and our most famous academics night after night to drink and talk?
At worst, it may be the sneakiest trick yet to deprive the American public of its right to own firearms.