sneak in(to some place)

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sneak in(to some place)

To enter some place in a quiet, sneaky, inconspicuous, or furtive manner. The burglar snuck in without making a sound. Marty came sneaking into the classroom, late as usual.
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sneak in(to some place)

to enter a place quietly and in secret, perhaps without a ticket or permission. The kids tried to sneak into the rock concert, but they were stopped by the guards. Never try to sneak in. Sometimes they arrest you for trespassing.
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Ryan Taylor and his cohort Ally Law breached security at the Big Brother house, according to reports, sneaking in and filming Jonny Mitchel, Ginuwine and Ashley James on set.
A quarter of burglaries involve thieves sneaking in through an unlocked door or window, yet this is easily preventable if householders follow the simple advice of keeping their doors and windows locked.
"But it has become a real problem, with several incidents of thieves sneaking in at night or at the weekend when they know security is a little more lax.
Moviegoers resent the inflated prices of theater snacks, and many resort to sneaking in food and drinks of their own.
Residents have been advised to keep all windows and doors locked as in a significant number of the burglaries, thieves have been sneaking in through unlocked rear doors and windows.
Dozens of break-ins in Huddersfield involve burglars sneaking in through unlocked or open doors and windows.
Burglars have struck six times in Cotteridge and Stirchley since July 14, smashing windows and forcing doors open or sneaking in through unsecured windows and doors left open in the warm weather.